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KING PHILIP 



REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 



WRENTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 











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CONTENTS 




Foreword 

Faculty and Administration 

Undergraduates 

Activities 

Sports 

Events 

Seniors 

Epilogue 

Advertising 



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CHIEFTAIN 1965 



STUDENT PUBLICATION 
KING PHILIP REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 
WRENTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 
VOLUME VIII 



SPIRIT OF THE INDIAN WORLD 



KING PWIIILHP REGIONAL SCHOOL 





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FOREWORD 




Eight years ago the residents of the three towns of Norfolk, 
Plainville, and Wrentham, Massachusetts joined forces to build 
a regional secondary school which would satisfy the educa- 
tional needs of the students in the region. One of the major 
considerations of the planning committee was the choice of an 
appropriate name for the school. After thoughtful considera- 
tion, they decided to name the school for King Philip, the 
great Indian warrior, who lived and waged his great war in 
the area. 

Students chose to name their varsity teams Warriors, their 
newspaper Smoke Signals, the senior news sheet Drum Beats, 
and their yearbook The Chieftain. Most important of all they 
chose King Philip's head for the school seal. 

It seems meaningful, therefore, and appropriate to use 
some of the symbols of Philip's Indian world as the theme for 
the 1965 issue of The Chieftain. 




FACULTY & ADMINISTRATION 





Administration and faculty members are 
responsible for meeting the individual 
needs of the student: mental, moral, social, 
and physical. It seems, therefore, that the 
medicine pipe is their proper symbol from 
the Indian world, for the pipe is symbolic 
of the human soul, body, and heart of man, 
as well as giving the privileged smoker 
contact with the spirits of the entire uni- 
verse. 



Under able administration King Philip 



SUPERVISION AND ADMINISTRATION 

King Philip's school committee is a policy 
making body composed of nine members: three 
from each of the regional towns. This committee 
is responsible for finances and the appointment of 
school staff members. Due to increased enroll- 
ment, the present committee has added to its basic 
responsibilities that of planning the construction 
and operation of a new regional junior high school. 

Mr. Charles L. Manos, new to the school this 
year, is responsible for the formulation of curricu- 
lum, supervision of faculty and all personnel in his 
capacity as acting superintendent. As principal, 
Mr. Manos follows the policy as outlined by the 
committee and enforces school regulations and 
maintains good faculty, student, and public rela- 
tions. 

Assistant principal, Mr. Walter White is respon- 
sible for checking student attendance, discipline, 
and class and extracurricular activities. 

King Philip's administrators are able to func- 
tion efficiently because they are ably assisted by 
secretaries who accept the responsibility for all 
correspondence and maintenance of files. 



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Mr. Charles Manos is the second principal to administer the duties 
of this office at King Philip. Mr. Manos, who has also assumed the 
office of acting superintendent, came to us from Middleboro High 
School in September, 1964. 



Financial secretary, Mrs. Mildred Hill, 
recently transferred to the superintend- 
ent's office from the guidance office. 





Loyalty and capability describe Mrs. Katherine 
Sheehan, secretary to the superintendent, for she 
has performed the duties of this office since the 
day King Philip opened. 




continues to grow. 



School committee members who have as their chief concern 
the planning of the new regional junior high school are: Mrs. 
Helen Smith, Mrs. Eva Holmes, Mr. Robert Carr, chairman, 



Mr. Frank McGarry, Mr. Charles L. Manos, Mr. John Haley, Mr. 
Walter Nelson, Mr. Edward Brown, Mr. Charles F. Winter, and 
Mr. Eric Sargeant. 




Mr. Walter White, assistant principal, and 
office secretary, Mrs. Rose Franklin, check 
the daily student attendance list. 



Mrs. Ruth Bailey, secretary to the principal, 
Mr. Manos, is one of the busiest and best 
known of all of the administration secre- 
taries. 





Students benefit from 




GUIDANCE: A STUDENT SERVICE 

Guidance as a service consists of five areas: counselling, 
testing, maintenance of records, occupational, and educational 
information services and follow-ups. 

Since it is vitally important that students have one person 
in school to whom they may turn for assistance in solving their 
problems, counselling is principally conducted on an individual 
basis. Such counselling helps the student to better understand 
himself. 

The testing program of mental measurement and evaluation, 
along with active cumulative records give the counsellor as 
accurate a profile of the student as is possible. 

Counsellors, in order to work effectively, must be constantly 
aware of any and all changes in the labor market and be cog- 
nizant of the requirements for entrance into the various col- 
leges and technical schools. To provide the most up-to-date 
information in these areas, an occupational library is main- 
tained. 

The worth of an academic and vocational school program 
cannot always be evaluated in the terms of student accomplish- 
ments. In an effort to make a true evaluation, follow-up studies 
will be done on all King Philip graduates. 

For the first time, King Philip's guidance department is so 
staffed that these services can be rendered and maintained 
well. 



Mr. Francis O'Regan, guidance director, is 
a most welcome addition to the King Philip 
staff. 



Mr. Conrad Pensavalle, guidance counsellor and head football coach, checks college 
board scores with William Rice, varsity football and basketball player. 




a complete guidance program. 





Accurate cumulative records are kept on 
every student. Here, we have Mr. Conrad 
Pensavalle, counsellor, about to pull a 
student folder preparatory to a coun- 
selling session. 



Veteran member of the guidance department is Mr. Herbert H. Zeichick, 
counsellor. 




Miss Katherine Brennan, counsellor, pen in hand and cumula- 
tive folder ready, is about to meet with the next student. 



Mrs. Madeline Davis is secretary to the guid- 
ance director, Mr. O'Regan, and to the three 
counsellors. 




Health is a prime concern at King Philip. 




Miss Margaret Keady, R.N., is in charge of all health 
services at King Philip. 



COMPLETE HEALTH SERVICES 
King Philip offers a complete health service program. 
Services offered are physical examinations, vision and hear- 
ing tests, an immunization program for diphtheria, tetanus, 
and tuberculosis, speech therapy, and dental health. Health 
conferences are held with parents, pupils, and faculty, home 
visitations are made, and first aid is given at all times. 

Mrs. Margaret Keady, R.N., the director of the health 
service program, is the nurse director of the Norfolk Mental 
Health Association, is a member of the Massachusetts 
School Nurses Committee and is advisor to King Philip 
Future Nurses Club. 



Spencer Frankl, D.M.D., school dentist, 
checks Mark Bigelow's teeth as part of the 
intensive dental program which is an integral 
part of the school health program. 





Hearing defects do not go undetected 
for very long at King Philip, for Miss 
Keady, school nurse, gives hearing tests 
annually to all students. In this in- 
stance, the student testee is William 
Rice, sports editor of the Chieftain. 



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Students rely on skilled service staffs, 



STUDENT WELFARE A FIRST CONCERN 

Students at King Philip are privileged to learn under the 
best of conditions. Their safety is guarded by Mr. A. Whitman 
Jameson, school police officer. Nutritional needs are satisfied 
by way of well-planned and carefully prepared hot lunches 
which are served daily under the able supervision of Mr. Julius 
Candela. Since clean and well cared for facilities are con- 
ducive to better learning, Mr. Clayton Cummings and his cus- 
todial staff do their utmost to maintain the school plant and 
grounds in good order. 




Officer A. Whitman Jameson con- 
trols all traffic before and at the 
close of the school day. 





Mr. Clayton Cummings, head 
custodian, is responsible for 
all maintenance and custodial 
needs at King Philip. 



Service "with a smile" is truly the kind of service rendered 
by the custodians: Mr. Pasquale Instasi, Mr. Curtis Willard, 
Mr. Lysandic Bonney, Mr. Francis Fields, Mr. William Pierpont, 
and Mr. Henry Lightfoot. 



Efficient cafeteria staff members: 
Mrs. Velma Perry, Mrs. Lucy Wignell, 
Mrs. Rennie Bowden, Mrs. Florence 
Simmons, Mrs. Clara White, Mrs. 
Alice Binney, and Mr. Julius Can- 
della, cafeteria manager, serve hot 
lunches to over one thousand stu- 
dents each school day. 







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Communicative skills enrich minds. 




EFFICIENT READING A NECESSITY 

Developmental reading, which is not remedial 
in essence, includes within its learning/teach- 
ing structure the following skills: word recog- 
nition, word attack, vocabulary development, 
comprehension, rate, critical reading, the listen- 
ing and study skills. The course is set up to 
develop efficiency and power in reading. 

With the increased emphasis being put on 
test scores for entrance into college, industry, 
and the service, it becomes increasingly ap- 
parent that no student can afford not to develop 
his reading skills to the greatest degree. 



King Philip's extensive develop- 
mental reading program is taught 
by Mrs. Alice Church, director, and 
Miss Sandra McKenzie. 



LANGUAGE ARTS: A PREPARATION FOR LIFE 

Language arts instruction at King Philip is designed to 
awaken the minds of the students to the many worlds of the 
past, the present, and the future, which are implicit in the art 
of literature and the changing web of language. 

Through the systematic study of language, reading, com- 
position, oral speaking and grammar; the students are pre- 
pared for all walks of life, whether it be for further academic 
study, entrance into the business world, or home life. 

Systematic guidance, interpretation of literature and the 
proper use of scholastic material help to open the doors of 
the students' minds to a world of culture and knowledge. 





Veteran teacher and chairman 
of King Philip's fine English de- 
partment is Mrs. Grace Capron. 







Miss Gail Wexler, faculty 
adviser to the Ski Club, 
discusses with her tenth 
grade English class the 
necessity for good gram- 
mar and proper construc- 
tion. 

English staff members: Miss Mary Kelleher, Miss Gail 
Wexler, Mrs. Patricia Ferney, Miss Noreen Meegan, 
Mr. Stanley Hamilton, Mrs. Reyna Silvera, Mrs. Eleanor 
R. Alter, and Mr. James Black; during the present 
academic year are putting a great deal of emphasis 
on the need for good creative writing. 



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Understanding stems from knowledge. 



Mrs. Lucy Costello, Miss Joyce Collins, 
Mrs. Mildred Wallace, chairman of the 
foreign language department, Mrs. Val- 
entina Dzelzitis, and Mrs. Lucy Medaglia 
inspect and experiment with new texts, 
workbooks, maps and tape recorder 
which are used in their foreign language 
classes. 




FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND SOCIAL 
STUDIES BROADEN SCOPE 

Modern curriculum studies indicate a strong inter- 
est in and a definite need for a broad foreign language 
program. At King Philip, students may study French, 
German, Spanish, Russian and Latin. Emphasis in the 
modern languages is put on conversation and literature 
in the hope that the students will come to understand 
and appreciate the language and the culture of these 
people and their countries. 

To promote an even better understanding of our- 
selves both past and present from the standpoint 
of culture, economics, geography, politics, and govern- 
mental ideologies, a broad, in depth social studies pro- 
gram is necessary. Such a program is available at 
King Philip. Courses are offered in geography, Ameri- 
can history, world history, citizenship education and 
problems of democracy. 




Teresa Pasquantonio's attention is 
drawn to a passage in her history 
book by Miss Loretta Cimini while 
Dorothy Ordway concentrates on 
what is being taught. 




Politics is always a popular 
topic for discussion and debate 
as is evidenced by the show- 
case done by senior Problems 
of Democracy students. The 
history department members 
before it are: Miss Clara Man- 
teca, chairman, Mr. Richard 
Guillette, Miss Loretta Cimini, 
Miss Anita Kelly, Mr. John 
Dwyer, Mr. Frank Gallipeau, 
Mr. Hugh McComb, Miss Sandra 
McKenzie, and Mr, R. Clayton 
Johnson. 



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Senior class advisor and 
junior varsity basketball 
coach Mr. Robert Perry, 
checks the solution to an 
algebraic problem. 



Traditional and modern techniques are used by the members of the mathematics depart- 
ment: Mr. Robert Perry, Mr. Edward Morgan, chairman, Mrs. Lydia Fisher, Mr. William 
Lepere, Miss Margaret Flaherty, Miss Genevieve Szezepaniak, Mrs. Jill Vilbig, and Mr. 
Anthony DiRe to teach general mathematics, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. 



MATHEMATICS PROGRAM EXPANDED 

Careers in mathematics are on the upswing. Modern tech- 
nology demands accurate and detailed conceptual knowledge 
of mathematics in order to make the advances in space and 
computation which are presently demanded. To insure careers 
for students who are highly motivated and capable, the mathe- 
matics program has been expanded to equip the students for 
further study and immediate application. 




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Mr. William Brennan, seventh 
grade class advisor, and Doug- 
las Konetchy prove that biology 
class can be fun sometimes. 



Capable teaching on the 
part of the science depart- 
ment members: Mr. Glen 
B. Kibler, junior varsity 
basketball and golf team 
coach, Mr. Joseph Cormier, 
Mr. Robert Creighton, Mr. 
Walter Satkus, Mrs. Stella 
Schwork, Mr. William Bren- 
nan, Mr. Harry Burry, and 
Mr. Anthony Paglioni, chair- 
man; and excellent facili- 
ties promote interest and 
learning. 



New challenges are accepted. 



SCIENCE PROGRAM PREPARES FOR ADVANCED 

STUDY 

Science at King Philip offers important appropriate courses. 
In line with modern space age thinking, the program has been 
expanded and revised to satisfy the prerequisite needs for 
advanced study. The program starts with general science at 
seventh grade level and progresses upward to advanced courses 
in biology, chemistry, and physics. Laboratory techniques and 
experiments are an integral part of the program. 




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MUSIC EDUCATION FOLLOWS SEQUENTIAL 

PATTERN 

Appreciation, knowledge, entertainment and pleasure 
are the products of the music department. Vocal and 
instrumental music is taught along with theory and 
listening for better understanding and appreciation. 
Instruction follows a sequential developmental pattern. 

Students who have the ability and interests are 
privileged to join the bands and choirs which are well 
known in the regional area for their concerts and pub- 
lic appearances in the local parades and at football 
games. 




Director of music, Mr. Raymond Hill, enjoys a quiet 
moment away from trumpets and drums. 



Cultural needs are satisfied. 




After a long day of filing books, signing them out to students, 
and keeping the King Philip library in excellent order, Mrs. 
Winona LoGrasso is still smiling. 



LIBRARY MEETS NEEDS OF EDUCATION 

Today's instruction which is both diversified and in 
depth necessitates a school library. Such study re- 
quires current reference material, encyclopedias, peri- 
odicals, works of fiction and non-fiction, and the helpful 
cooperation of a trained librarian. The King Philip 
library provides both the material and the competent 
services of the librarian, Mrs. Winona LoGrasso. 



ART: AN OUTLET FOR CREATIVE 
EXPRESSION 

Students who are creative and talented find an out- 
let for this artistic expression in all of the art media 
in King Philip's art department. The students work in 
oils, water colors, pen and ink, and ceramics. Talent 
is fostered and developed. Instruction is geared to two 
levels: one to the art major and one to the hobbyist. 



Two of the most talented people at King Philip 
are Mr. Carleton Nickerson, director of the art 
program, and Miss Barbara Bracey. 




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Physical fitne 



All King Philip students are required to partici 
pate in the physical education program. Physica 
well-being is considered essential to the total devel 
opment of the individual. The program geared tc 
age and grade level is carefully developed to meel 
the needs of the students. Both boys and girls are 
taught to work out on the ropes, the trampoline 
and uneven parallel bars. They, also, engage ir 
team and individual sports. 



At King Philip, physical education is under the direction of Mr. 
Michael Cosentino, who is capably assisted by Mr. Thomas Hartley. 




Sophomore boys demon- 
strate fitness and agility in 
climbing ropes during a 
physical education class. 




Checking the attendance of their girls' physical educatior 
class are Miss Marcia Connors and Miss Ruth Duddy. 



Sharon Hill tensely awaits Alice Lambert's 
flying hip circle around the uneven bars. 




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and business education are practical needs. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION BENEFITS 

BOTH TERMINAL AND ACADEMIC 

STUDENTS 

Business education provides practical 
training for terminal students. These stu- 
dents are trained in three business areas: 
secretarial, clerk-typist, and bookkeeping. 
Students who major in business education 
are qualified for immediate employment in 
his/her major subject area. 

Academic students, also, elect to study 
typing and the secretarial, and clerical 
skills for they find them most useful in the 
preparation of term papers and as a source 
of income during school and summer vaca- 
tions. 




Mrs. Mildred Edwards and Mrs. Celia Murphy on a busman's holiday 
taking a few leisure minutes next to the typewriter. 




Mr. John Robbins, 
besides coaching 
varsity hockey and 
teaching driver 
education, is, also, 
business education 
teacher. 



Mrs. Natalie Cianciarulo and Mrs. Elizabeth Tolley are the 
junior members of the business department. 




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Practical skills 





Sewing, good-grooming, and cooking are the home economic skills 
taught by Mrs. Margaret Stahl, Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer, head of home eco- 
nomics, and Mrs. Shirley Sherlock. 



Mrs. Sherlock smiles, and Barbara Ross 
watches, while Mary Mavrides sews a 
seam. 



HOME ECONOMICS PROGRAM WELL ROUNDED 
Homemaking arts for both practical experience ana" voca- 
tional training are taught in well equipped sewing and food 
laboratories. The program which is offered to all girls at all 
grade levels holds classes in dress making, nutrition, food 
preparation, good grooming, hospitality, interior decoration and 
home nursing. 




Sharon Graves 
models a sporty 
after-ski ensemble 
for the home eco- 
nomics fashion 
show. 



Mrs. Margaret Stahl watches while Linda Gardner and Linda 
Hodson remove fruit from a mold. 




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TRAINING FOR HOBBY OR INDUSTRY 

Industrial arts as a practical skills program is 
divided into three areas: woodworking, metal work- 
ing, and mechanical drawing. Students are taught 
how to use tools and materials in both the woodwork- 
ing and metal working shops. In mechanical draw- 
ing they are taught drawing and drafting for use in 
construction areas. Practical skills of this nature 
can be developed and used for hobby purposes or 
as means to employment. 





Mr. Gilbert Rishton, chairman of the indus- 
trial arts department, is pictured using the 
department band saw. 



Mr. Norman Olivier instructs Stephen Chaffee and 
Clyde Cheney in the use of the vise. 



give satisfaction and pleasure. 




Mr. David Sumner, mechanical drawing teacher, points out to Guy 
Beaudette the need for precise measurement. 



Mr. Norman Olivier is proud to show the well 
stocked tool cabinet to any and all visitors. 




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Vocational students 




Mr. Preston Titus, vocational director, checks some very important 
statistics with Mr. Gerard Desrosiers, carpentry shop instructor. 




VOCATIONAL STUDENTS SKILLED AND 
EDUCATED 

Vocational skills aptly taught at King Philip are those 
which train the boys to become carpenters and ma- 
chinists. Along with the skills for a means of livelihood, 
the boys are taught related and academic subjects. 
The teaching of the vocational plus the related and 
academic skills turns out young men who are prepared 
to live and earn as knowledgeable citizens. 



Miss Donna Tourtilotte, King Philip alumna, 
is the very efficient vocational secretary. 





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Mr. Fred Taber, vocational machine shop instructor and Mr. 
Raymond Harding, stand at ease among the machines and 
instruments in the vocational machine shop. 



Brian Miller wears protective goggles 
when he uses the polisher in the ma- 
chine shop. 



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are trained to earn. 





Mr. Raymond Harding, Mr. Edgar Tousignant, Mr. Arthur Hart, Mr. 
Antone Cabral, and Mr. Fred Tabor, vocational department instructors, 
stand behind Mr. Preston Titus, vocational director. 



Mr. Edgar Tousignant and 
his vocational carpentry 
boys: Wayne Cooper and 
Douglas Heath at work on 
the house they are build- 
ing. 



Allen Thibedeau, in the vocational carpentry 
shop, rechecks his measurements for accu- 
racy. 




Each year, the vocational carpentry students build a house for 
actual on the job training. This year's project is this house on 



Martin Street Extension in Plainville, shown here halfway to 
completion. 




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DRIVER ED A DEFINITE NEED 

With the increase in automobile accidents 
and deaths, driver education is a definite need 
for teenage drivers. At King Philip instruction 
is given which we hope will result in the estab- 
lishment of the proper attitudes and knowledge 
necessary for efficient and safe driving. 



AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS MOTIVATE 
Audio-visual aids — record players, tape 
recorders, opaque, slide, and moving picture 
projectors — are of great value in modern 
education when used to motivate the student, 
clarify and dramatize material. 







Along with teaching business 
education, coaching varsity 
hockey, and serving as senior 
class advisor, Mr. John Robbins 
teaches driver education. 




Audio-visual aids director and 
social studies teacher, Mr. 
Francis Gallipeau graciously as- 
sists all teaching personnel in 
the selection of A.V.A. mate- 
rials. 



SPECIAL EDUCATION MEETS SPECIAL NEEDS 
Special education is designed so that students may 
work at ability levels in academic studies and in the 
special areas of home economics, industrial arts and 
physical education. These students, also, participate 
in the student activities and sports which interest them. 



Kathleen MacNeil and Linda Topham study 
diligently under the careful tutelage of Mr. 
Vincent Joyal. 



Mr. Vincent Joyal, department head, and Mrs. 
Margaret Schnur are proud of the display of fine 
craft work done by their students in special edu- 
cation. 




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UNDERGRADUA TES 





Young Indian Braves won feathers for their 
coup sticks for acts of bravery and feats of 
skill. Today's young braves, students, win 
promotion for scholastic achievement. Whether 
it be twelve acts of skill or twelve grades ac- 
complished, each is worthy of a feather for 
the coup stick. 




One of the few activities open to seventh graders is the model 
car club under the direction of Mr. Clayton Johnson and Mr. 
James Black. Seventh grade members are: Richard Harper, Greg- 
ory MacDonnell, Bradley Plante, Lee Gentile, Laurence Mann, 
Dwight Aube, and Howard Shangraw. Older members with like 
interest are: William Sievert, Bruce Jackson, Peter Bardwell, Brian 
Love, Russell Wood, William Christy, William Proal, Donald Mc- 
Killop, and Harold Wilson. 



WARRIORS 1970 



Coming together for the first time, are boys and 
girls from the three towns of Norfolk, Plainville, and 
Wrentham, who make up the Class of 1970. Working 
together as a single unit, these students will become 
the future Warriors of King Philip. 




It is the responsibility of Susan Lukk, treasurer, John Donovan, vice-president, 
Arlene Doyle, secretary, and Kenneth Patton, president,' to lead and unify the 
seventh graders. 



Marsha Allaire 
Carla Alsworth 
Donald Andrade 
Ronald Andrade 




Dianne Bankert 
Steven Barnaby 
Patricia Barnett 
Paul Barron 
Kathleen Barstow 
Mary Bennett 
Deborah Bergevine 

Henry Binney 
Susan Bond 
Nancy Bostrum 
Reeve Boulter 
Mary Bourque 
Lizbeth Breitbart 
Mark Briere 

Theresa Brower 
Debra Brown 
Norman Brown 
Susan Brown 
Ernest Callegaro 
Charlyn Canning 
Theresa Cannon 

Donna Card 
Valerie Carter 
Donna Chase 
William Christy 
Faith Colley 
Barbara Connors 
James Conrad 



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Linda Cook 
Paul Cooney 
Steven Cooper 
Brenda Costa 
Alfred Cox 
George Cronin 
Joseph Currier 

Linda Daniels 
Steven Daniels 
Lester Darling 
Patricia Darling 
Jeanne DaVia 
Maria Deitch 
Vincent DeLaiarro 

Leo Deshetres 
Robert Desplaines 
Steven Diaz 
Michael Dietrick 
Paula DiLeonardo 
Thomas Doiron 
John Donovan 

George Doucette 
Arlene Doyle 
Jo-Anne Duhy 
Harvy Durkin 
Carolyn Dusty 
Carol Dziurdz 
Sigmund Dziurdz 

Patricia Ellis 
Mark England 
Valerie Estano 
Vernon Fairbanks 
Daniel Falcone 
David Faucett 
Michael Ferragamo 




Seventh Graders — Class of 1970 




Linda Field 
Albert Figaratto 
Elaine Fink 



Timothy Finley 
Ross Fisher 
Patricia Foley 



Linda French 
Lucille Gaudreau 
Lee Gentile 



Kenneth Guay 
Cheryl Gucwa 
Pamela Guild 



Cheryl Gustafson 
Brenda Guy 
Virgil Hamaty 



Seventh graders portray typical students, the eager, the 
interested, the bored, and the indifferent. 




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Arthur Hapenny 
Richard Harper 
David Harrington 



George Hayden 
Robert Hayes 
Susan Hearon 



William Heipin 
George Hoffman 
Jeanne Howell 



This class of seventh graders has learned the art of concentra- 
tion. 




Rosemary Hume 
George Hussey 



look forward to 




James Hutchinson 
Bruce Johnston 
David Jones 
Elaine Jordan 
Kathryn Kaine 
George Katapodis 

Deborah Kelly 
Joanne Kelly 
John Kenerson 
Cindy Kettell 
Lawrence Keyes 
Beverly Knight 
Robert Koch 

Richard Kolseth 
Gary Kotros 
David Kozak 
Roseanne Lacasse 
William Lally 
Barbara Lambert 
Irene Lambert 

Karen Landry 
Mary Lanergan 
Earl Langley 
Robert Lanteigne 
Christine LaPierre 
Leo LaPierre 
Bradford LaPointe 

Cynthia Larson 
Richard Larson 
Dennis Laverty 
Veronica Legge 
Christine Leppert 
Laura Littleton 
Anthony Lorusso 

Susan Lukk 
Thomas Lumnah 
Michael Lunn 
Kathleen Lussier 
Brian MacDonald 
Lorraine MacDonald 
Gregory MacDonnell 



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Jeanne Maclean 
Louise MacNeil 
Stuart Maguire 
John Manchester 
Laurence Mann 
Brenda Marchard 
Matthew Matakanski 

Michael Mavrides 
Lenore Mayor 
Michael McDavitt 
Janet McGarry 
Myles McGrail 
Charles McHugh 
Gary McLacklan 

Deborah Menzel 
Robert Miranda 
Wendy Morse 
Christine Muir 
Donna Murphy 
Dale Ober 
Kathleen O'Laughlin 

Margaret Olsen 
Barbara Packard 
Richard Paquin 
George Pasquantonio 
Kenneth Patton 
Carol Peloquin 
Sandra Peloquin 

Judith Pierce 
Carol Pitt 
Bradley Plante 
Laurel Ann Plante 
Beatrist Post 
Deborah Pottle 
George Powall 




ix years at King Philip 



Janet Previtt 
Grace Probert 
Pamela Proux 




David Purdy 
Lauren Rammel 
Judith Ravinski 
Paula Ravinski 
Charles Reidel 



John Renner 
Jacquelyn Reybrock 
Jacqueline Rioux 
Frances Roderiques 
Charles Rooney 



Robert Rooney 
Anne Royle 
Janice Sacco 
Imant Saks 
David Sarrazin 



Debro Savage 
Paul Scholtes 
Deborah Sequin 
Richard Savigny 
Howard Shangraw 



Mrs. Lydia Fisher, mathematics 
teacher, and Miss Lorretta Cimini, 
of the social studies department, 
converse quietly while chaperoning a 
seventh grade dance. 




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Linda Viola 
Joseph Viverios 
Kathleen Wadleigh 
Marjorie Wallin 
Jonathan Washburn 



Daniel Shea 
Jean Simmons 
Pamela Smith 
Chesley Snow 
Richard Sousa 
Richard Stasis 
Joseph Stock 

Charles Stone 
James Sweeney 
Susan Sumners 
Donna Taylor 
Janice Tobey 
Daniel Todaro 
Nicholas Todaro 

James Tremblay 
Richard Tripp 
Jacqueline Turcotte 
Timothy Turcotte 
Robert Ulrich 
Joscelyn Varieur 
Thomas Vine 



as a time for purposeful achievement. 





David Wiklund 
Deborah Wiklund 



Joan Wolfe 
Barry Woodland 



Van Woodworth 
Louann Worsman 



Ronald Young 
William Zaccardi 



Gregory Waters 
William White 
Geoffry Whitehouse 
John Whyte 



Mr. Keyes, father of seventh grader Laurence Keyes, holds a pleasant con- 
versation with Mrs. Winona LaGrasso, school librarian, at Parents' Night. 




28. 




EIGHTH GRADERS PROGRESS 

Having added another feather to their coup, 
the eighth graders continue on the trail toward 
knowledge and better understanding. They be- 
gin to show interest in their school through par- 
ticipation in sports and other extracurricular 
activities which help to create school spirit. 



If eighth grade class officers, Kenneth Mayor, president, Barbara Barnes, treas- 
urer, Deborah Keller, vice-president, and Paula Carr, secretary, apply them- 
selves to class leadership as eagerly as they are applying themselves to litera- 
ture, the class of 1969 should show great progress. 



Having successfully blazed 




John Allen 
David Aliberti 
Linda Anderson 
Deborah Angell 
Linda Armitage 
Mark Assetta 
Ronald Atwell 

Christine Authelet 
Elizabeth Babel 
Linda Bailey 
Susan Barber 
Barbara Barnes 
Michael Barnett 
Elmer Barron 

George Beals 
Sheila Beaver 
Jane Beresford 
Edward Berghetti 
John Bergman 
Susan Binney 
Charles Blair 

Dianne Blazic 
Martha Blood 
Dorothy Bormet 
Karl Boshen 
Wendy Boutilier 
Richard Bremilst 
Donna Briere 

Alan Brown 
Kristine Bryant 
Leslie Bryant 
Cynthia Budd 
Richard Burnett 
Katherine Burt 
Mark Burton 
Allan Button 
William Canaday 
Joseph Canole 
Neil Carlson 
Dianne Carpenter 
Paula Carr 
Steven Carter 



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their way for two years. 




Lunch time provides eighth graders, Barbara 
Collins, Susan Barber, Paula Carr, and Mary 
McGarry, with an opportunity to socialize. 



Carol Carver 
Michael Chaffee 
Meredith Chase 
Clyde Cheney 



Alpin Chisholm 
Carol Choma 
June Clark 
Paul Cobb 



Linda Coffey 
Barbara Collins 
Edith Cook 
David Cooper 



Linda Corning 
Carol Costa 
Ralph Crowell 
Christine Dalghren 



Edward Davis 
Dianne Decristofaro 
Ronald Desper 
Stephen DiGiantommaso 




David Dore 
Kathleen Doucette 
Michelle Downing 
Linda Easterbrooks 




Robert Fawcett 
Jean Figaratto 
Cynthia Fillmore 
Glenn Firth 
Raymond Fisher 
Kevin Franklin 
Linda Fuller 

Ronald Gade 
Susan Geishecker 
Nancy Gilligan 
Robert Gillmore 
James Gledhill 
Alan Gogen 
Bernard Gowen 

Lewis Grant 
Linda Grant 
David Greenleaf 
Gail Griffin 
William Hallett 
Charles Harrington 
Michael Harris 



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Alan Hatt 
Daniel Hawkins 
Thomas Hill 
Joan Hobbs 
Carolyn Hodson 
Alan Hovey 
Nancy Howard 

William Hunt 
Patricia Hurkett 
David Hurder 
John Hutchinson 
Linda Ireland 
Bruce Jacobson 
Linda Johnson 

Mary Jordan 
William Jordan 
Robert Jost 
Alexander Julewitz 
Deborah Keeler 
Karen Kelly 
Kathleen Kelly 

Regina Kelly 
Sarah Kempton 
James Kennedy 
David Kettell 
James Klagge 
Constance Knauber 
George Knight 



Linda Knight 
Robert Knight 
Douglas Konetchy 
Daniel Lambert 
Paul Landry 
Denis Laughman 



Karen Leutzinger 
Kurt Leutzinger 
Barbara Leverone 
Kevin Lewis 
Thomas Long 
Carmine Lorusso 



the class of '69 



Nancy Howard, Wanda Stacey, and Kathleen 
Kelley, class councilors go over the rules of parlia- 
mentary procedure. 




Susan Lussier 
Susan Lyons 
Carolyn MacDonald 



Virginia Mackey 
John Maclean 
Bruce Maguire 
Michael Manley 



Robert Manley 
Janice Marchand 
Robert Marcotte 
Robert Martin 



Lauretta Martucci 
John Matakanski 
Alexander Matulewiez 
Mary Mauritz 



Kenneth Mayor 
Maureen McBrien 
Douglas McCabe 
Kevin McCullough 




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is looking forward to entrance 



mkd 




Linda Nelson 
Jeffrey Newman 



Everette Norton 
Stephen Oliva 




Mary McGarry 
Michael McGrail 
Robert McLacklan 
David McNamara 
Douglas Miller 
Paul Miller 
Karen Morone 



David Morriss 
Christine Mowry 
Charles Mozart 
Douglas Mugford 
Kenneth Mullaney 
Constance Nason 



Susan O'Neil 




Kenneth Mayer, eighth grade class president, presides over a meeting in the 
conference room with eighth grade class councilors, M^ry McGarry, Steven Car- 
ter, Wanda Stacey, Kevin McCullough, Kathleen Kelly, Wendy Boutilier, Deborah 
Keeler, Kenneth Mayer, Nancy Howard, Dennis Laughman, Russel Sullivan, Al- 
pin Chisholm, John Bersman, and Richard Smith. 



Donald Patchin 
George Patchin 
Margaret Patton 
Harry Payne 
Martin Pearson 
David Peck 
Aline Pelletier 

Brenda Peloquin 
Linda Pericola 
Barbara Perry 
Dwight Perry 
Karen Peterson 
Arthur Petitt 
John Petrillo 

Judith Pezold 
Jeanne Philpin 
Donna Philblad 
John Plumer 
Michael Pray 
Paul Proa I 
Sandra Ravinski 




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into the Senior High School. 




Sheila Ravinski 
Leol Raymond 
Anthony Reybrock 
Stephen Reynolds 



Claudia Rick 
Susan Robinson 
John Rodrigues 
Dennis Rowland 



Deborah Royle 
Janet Sanchioni 
Joyce Sanchioni 
Peter Santoro 



Daniel Schnorbus 
Linda Sevigny 
William Sievert 



Cheryl Skinner 
Cheryl Smith 



Kenneth Mayer and Ernest Evans played leading 
roles in the production of Peter Pan. 




Richard Smith 
Clifford Snow 
Geraldine Snow 
Susan Speer 



Stillman Sprague 
Wanda Stacey 
Edward Stack 
Gregory Stahl 



Shirley Steliga 
Lorraine Stewart 
John Such 
William Sullivan 



Deborah Sundquist 
Debra Taylor 
Kathleen Thibedeau 
Anne Thornton 



Lyn Tibbetts 
Clifford Topham 
Daniel Tower 
Jeanette Trip 



David Tucker 
Mark Twardzicki 
John Ufheil 
Sarah Valentine 




Susan Robinson, art student, studies her subject 
intently. 




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Class goal is scholastic excellence. 



Barbara Barnes, as Wendy in the production of Peter Pan, 
awaits the arrival of Tinkerbell. 




Gregory Wadleigh 
Roberta Wallace 




Carolyn Watson 
Henry Watson 
Cynthia Weaver 
Leland Welsh 
Chipman Westhaver 








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Michael White 
Robert Wiggin 
Paul Wilkinson 
Deborah Willard 
Deborah Willis 
Maureen Wojciechowski 
Linda Wood 

William Woodland 
Stephen Woodward 
Jane Woolford 
Karen Worsman 
Melvin Young 
Sarah Young 
Marianne Zellar 







Deborah Keeler and Christine Authelet hold a practice session 
in the band room in preparation for the Christmas Concert. 



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NINTH GRADE A REAL CHALLENGE 

Ninth grade presents the first real chal- 
lenge to the youthful warrior, anxious to 
build his mind and body for future endeav- 
ors which require self-discipline, studious 
application, and social maturity. All students 
showing such growth will earn their coup 
feather for the year. 




Ninth graders chose for their officers: Sherwood Haskins, vice-president, Howard 
Haase, president, Lynn Dynan, secretary, and Susan Logan, treasurer. 



Ninth Graders — the Class of 1 968 




Nancy Allan 
William Allen 
Marsha Alsworth 



Ruth Andrade 
Shiela Annis 
Robert Armitage 



Cindie Arno 
William Ashe 
Robert Ashman 



Phyllis Atwell 
Albert Babel 
Howard Bailey 



Robert Baker 
Richard Baker 
Ellen Bambery 




Outstanding scholars in the ninth grade, Paula DeLaiarro, Patri- 
cia Vine, Joan Lomasney, and Robert Croswell have been awarded 
the King Philip Key. 



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begin to fulfill the promise 




With pencils poised for note taking, ninth grade 
class councilors, Stephen Geischecker, Robert 
Croswell, Mary Chabot, Patricia Vine, Sharon Hill, 
William Ashe, Patricia O'Brien, Barbara 
Beauchemin, Robert Carlson, and Deborah Bond 
meet to plan the agenda for the class meeting. 




Beverly Cain 
Michael Cardaci 
Robert Carlson 



Joanne Cartier 
Alice Casper 
Mary Chabot 



William Barber 
Jeffrey Barrett 
Kathleen Barrett 
Joan Baxter 
Barbara Beauchemin 
Marcia Bergman 



Jane Betts 
Virginia Binney 
Annette Blair 
Theresa Blazic 
Charles Boehm 
Deborah Bond 



Harry Boone 
Frances Boudreau 
James Brassard 
Susan Brown 
Virginia Brown 
James Brundage 



Ninth grade girls play volleyball as part of the physi- 
cal fitness program at King Philip. 




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they showed in Junior High School. 




Robert Chapin 
Paul Chartland 
Wesley Chase 
Nancy Clarke 
Paul Conant 
Alden Cooper 
Linda Costa 



Virginia Coughlin 
Linda Cox 
Robert Croswell 
Bruce Cummings 
Elizabeth Curtis 
Noreene Daley 
Peter Da Via 



Michael Davin 
Neil Davin 
Deborah Davis 
Preston Davison 
Paula DeLaiarro 
Kim DeSalvo 
Gail Deschamps 



Robert Deschamps 
William Dias 
Jeanne DiBattista 
Rebecca Diette 
Diane Doiron 
Diane Doyle 
Paul Duhy 



Paula Dumont 
Lynn Dynan 
William Easterbrooks 
David Edwards 
William Ellis 
Susan Fenton 
Bruce Ferguson 




Robert Fink 
Donna Fisher 
Donna Fitzgerald 



Mary Flanagan 
Stephen Geishecker 
Patricia Gemaly 



Thomas Goudas 
Raymond Goulet 
Linda Gowen 



Gregory Grant 
Phyllis Greenleaf 
Francis Grogan 



Charles Patton learns a practical skill in in- 
dustrial arts class. 




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Qualities of leadership, good citizenship, 




Virginia Binney spots for her sister Susan as she dem- 
onstrates a hand spring off the horse. 



Joan Grzenda 
Barbara Guay 
Leslie Gucwa 



Howard Haase 
John Habicht 
Wayne Hamilton 



Robert Harris 
Sherwood Haskins 
Dale Hatt 





Robert Haworth 
Pauline Hazlett 
Stephen Hearon 
Kathleen Heinz 
Bonnie Henrich 
Thomas Heylin 



Sharon Hill 
Faith Hodson 
Helen Holske 
Hope Holske 
Nancy Horton 
Nancy Howell 



Sharon Hussey 
Lorrie Hutchinson 
Douglas Jost 
Marilyn Kaine 

Karnig Kechejian 
Darrell Keighley 



Robert Kelly 
David Klagge 
Raymond Knowles 
Bernard Kolseth 
Candace Langille 



Catherine Langley 
Philip LaPierre 
Marilyn Larrabee 
William Larsen 
Kathleen Laughman 



"Walter Lewicki 
Dana Lockwood 
Susan Logan 
Joan Lomasney 
Timothy Long 



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Linda Loring 
Darlene Lumnah 
Virginia Lussier 
Stephen Lynch 
John Macaioni 
Leah MacDonnell 



James MacNeil 
Kathleen MacNeil 
Gerald Marchand 
Gerald Marchand 
Robert Mauritz 
Mary Mavrides 



Bruce McCarthy 
David Meunier 
Marie Miconi 
Bruce Mitchell 
Caren Moore 
Donna Morin 



Jeffrey Morrill 
Donna Mullen 
Mark Nelson 
David Nichols 
Patricia O'Brien 
James O'Dell 



James Parmenter 
Margaret Parmenter 
Charles Patton 
Beverly Payne 
Gregory Pazurcheck 
Barry Peasley 




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and intensified school spirit 



Kathleen Plante 
Joseph Porter 
Marilyn Porter 
Madeleine Porthier 




Myna Proal 
David Probert 
Carol Ragucci 
Irene Revel 
Joseph Rioux 
Scott Robison 



Linda Robitaille 
Valerie Robson 
David Roderick 
Donna Roderiguis 
Christie-Lee Rogers 
Marce Ronhock 



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are common to the class as a whole. 




William Rooney 
Barbara Ross 
Teresa Rouille 



Bruce Rowel I 
Denise Roy 
Paul Sanchioni 



Charlene Savage 
Richard Sawyer 
Antone Sebastiao 




Interest in 1964 presidential election was encouraged 
in social studies classes. Leah Mac'Donnell, William 
Budd, Mary Mavrides, Robert Fink, were four ninth grad- 
ers who created attractive posters under the direction 
of Miss Sandra MacKenzie and Mr. Hugh McComb. 



Martha Shangraw 
Susan Shephard 
Michael Skinner 
Sandra Snow 
Cynthia Speer 




Kenneth Stasis 
Gregory Steeves 
Janice Sundquist 
George Tussier 
Stephen Thibodeau 
Paul Topham 
William Turcotte 



Douglas Vassel 
Patricia Vine 
Robert Waitkevich 
Gail Waldron 
Donna Washburn 
Marie Watremez 
Stephen Welik 



Alan White 
Donna White 
Wendy Whitehouse 
Steven Widak 
Norma Wiklund 
Harold Wilson 
Otto Wolf 



Douglas Wood 
Kathleen Wood 
Peter Wood 
Miles Woodward 
Linda Woolford 
Jeanne Wright 
Carol Zilch 



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Sophomores at King Philip have elected Laurence Binney, president; Michael Ra- 
gucci, vice president; Janice Johnston, secretary, and Teresa Lambert, treas- 
urer; for the 1964-65 school year. 



YEAR OF RESPONSIBILITY 
AND DECISION 

As tenth graders, these students begin to 
recognize the responsibilities that accompany 
them as they move along the trail toward upper 
secondary education . Decisions as to the choice 
of academic or vocational programs which will 
satisfy their individual needs and interests 
must now be made, along with the choice of 
extracurricular activities or sports which will 
help to develop them socially and physically. 
Success, as individuals, and as a class, depends 
to a great degree upon the maturity and pro- 
priety of these decisions. 



Class of 1967 





Sharon Allaire 
Marcia Ames 
George Annis 
Richard Armitage 
Carolyn Ashworth 
Margaret At well 




Alice Auld 
Barbara Bailey 
Donna Bankert 
Peter Bardwell 
Norman Batalon 



Cynthia Beauchemin 
Charles Bedard 
Diane Beek 
Mark Bigelow 



Laurence Binney 
Stephen Bissell 
Shirley Blaisdell 
Althea Boudreau 



Joyce Briere 
Leo Briere 
George Brooks 
Donna Brown 



Kristine Brown 
Judith Burt 
Constance Burton 
Heidi Bushell 



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a class which prides itself 



Gerade Cadderette 
Glennis Canole 
William Carr 





Knitting is a practical and a creative skill as taught by Mrs. Shirley 
Sherlock, of the Home Economics Department, to tenth graders: 
Nancy Lambert, Kathleen McDade, and Susan Doak. 



Peter Clark 
Janice Collins 
Judy Connors 
Thomas Croswell 
Douglas Cummings 
Anne Curtis 



Leslie Dalghren 
Howard Davis 
Gail Dechristofaro 
Helen Deptula 
Susan Doak 
Kevin Downing 



Ronald Eisner 
Bonnie Emerson 
Charles Estano 
Patricia Everett 
Guy Farier 



Class council members: Ann 
Curtis, Jean Pasquantonio, 
Carolyn Goodman, Kristine 
Brown, Linda Maynard, Harry 
Schoening, Thomas Croswell, 
Warren Smith, Edward Mc- 
Garry, and Stanley Widak 
have as this year's project 
helping other class councilors 
to revise and edit the King 
Philip Student Handbook. 





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M.4: 



Cheryl Heon 
Donald Heylin 
Dana Hill 
Bruce Hobbs 



David Farrar 
Robert Fisher 
Janet Fredriksen 
David French 
Natalie Gardner 
Gale Gehman 



John Gilligan 
Edith Gledhill 
Carolyn Goodman 
Roberta Goulette 
Mary Ann Graham 
Hector Greene 



David Grzenda 
Roy Guay 
Kathleen Hallett 
Priscilla Hancock 
Dana Hatch 
Wayne Hatt 



on its positive response 




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Gale Gehman gets set to bat one home 
for the honor of the King Philip varsity 
softball players. 



Robert Hopkins 
Richard Johnson 



Janice Johnston 
George Juskiewicz 
Donna Katapodis 



Joudrie Keenan 
Carol Keighley 
Barry Kneabone 
Patricia Knowles 
Karen Kolseth 



Alice Lambert 
Nancy Lambert 
Teresa Lambert 
Linda Lang 
Nancy LaPointe 





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David Lasky 
Douglas Lemire 
Ingrida Lemkins 



Richard Leverone 
Robert Littleton 
Richard Lockwood 



Laure Lumnah 
Diana Lussier 
Veronica MacDonnell 



Ann Marie Maguire 
Donald Manley 
Robert Mann 



Ronald Eisner and Dennis Porter are the only two stu- 
dents in the Class of 1967 who are privileged to wear 
the King Philip Honor Key. 




Robert Marshall 
Catherine Martin 



to the drum beat call 









Linda Maynard 
Richard McCullough 
Kathleen McDade 
Edward McGarry 
Donald McKillop 
Janet McMorrow 



Richard McNamara 
Michael Metcalf 
Brian Miller 
Marcia Morone 
Paul Morris 
Patricia Morse 



Carol Mullaney 
Julianne Murphy 
Rudolph Neef 
Peter Nelson 
William Norton 
Daniel O'Connell 



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John O'Connell 
Glenn Olsen 
Peter O'Neil 
William Page 
Robert Parsons 
Jean Pasquantonio 



Patricia Pasquantonio 
Susan Peckham 
Carol Pederson 
Christine Perry 
Harold Perry 
Barry Porter 



Dennis Porter 
Diana Post 
Donald Power 
Glenn Power 
Larry Pray 
Peter Previtt 



William Proal 
Colleen Purdy 
Priscilla Purdy 
Michael Ragucci 
Anthony Ravinski 
Joanne Raymond 




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for responsible reaction 




Marcia Reid 
Robin Reybrock 
David Richardson 



Jeffrey Rick 
Kimball Rogers 
Richard Rose 



Michael Roy 
David Sanborne 
Charles Schaefer 



Paul Schofield 
Harry Schoening 
Jer6 Si evert 



Larry Simpson 
Pamela Smith 
Robert Smith 



Donna Brown works diligently on the dress which she plans 
to wear in the annual school fashion show. 




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to the Spirit of King Philip. 




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So that her seams will all be straight, Roberta Goulette guides the sewing 
machine with great care. 



Warren Smith 
Doris Snow 



Linda Sorenson 
Kathleen Steeves 



Pamela Steeves 
Bruce Stewart 




Eileen Sullivan 



Gail Sullivan 
Marilyn Sundquist 
Melissa Swenson 
Cynthia Thibeau 
David Topham 



Diana Tower 
Greg Travers 
Thomas Wadleigh 
Richard Washburn 
Pamela Waters 




Barbara Westhaver 
John Whitehouse 
Stanley Widak 
Bruce Wiggins 
Walter Willert 
Steven Wills 



Jeanne Wilson 
Sarah Winn 
Donna Wood 
Russell Wood 
Stephen Woolford 
George Wyllie 



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Members of the Class of 1966, 




Alice Sharon, treasurer; Joseph Figaratto, president; Marcia 
Semple, vice president; and Donna Woolford, secretary; are 
the competent leaders of the Class of 1966. 



ONE YEAR TO GO 

With but one year to go, members of the Class of 
1966 are working seriously to raise the academic stand- 
ards, to build school spirit through participation in sports 
and school activities, and to establish a tradition which 
will guarantee them an outstanding position in the an- 
nals of King Philip. 




Ellen Carlson, a serious student, is a 
proud holder of the King Philip Honor 
Key. 




Junior class councilors: 
Cynthia Wiklund, Dianne Hamilton, 
Karol Sprague, Jane Sheehan, 
Donna Martucci, Mary Jane Delaney, 
Paula Hefron. Ellen Carlson. Frances 
McGarry, Linda Philpin, Judith 
Nichols, Margaret Rogers, John 
Kozak, Guy Wickman, Paul Kozak, 
and William Helfen have a busy 
year helping the class officers plan 
for the Junior Prom and the Senior 
Reception. 



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Luise Assetta 
Beth Barrows 
Arlene Beauchemin 



Guy Beaudette 
Richard Binney 
Charles Birmingham 



Brenda Blazic 
Janice Boucher 
Francis Bourque 




For excellence in science, Lee Stuart won a trip to Chicago for herself and her 
science teacher, Mr. Joseph Cormier. 



King Philip's Juniors, 



Winsor Bowden 
Linda Briere 
Mary Beth Brown 
George Bryant 
Peter Burnett 




Barbara Caldon 
Denise Callegaro 
Mary Candage 
Ellen Carlson 
Normand Caron 
Patricia Carr 



James Clark 
Derrith Cooney 
Sheila Cooney 
Harry Cooper 
Wayne Cooper 
Cheryl Crane 



William Crawford 
Susan Croswell 
Stephen Daley 
David Daniels 
Joan Darling 
Robert Darling 



Michelle DaVia 
Patricia Davin 
Jonathan Davis 
Warren Davis 
Norma Davison 
Mary Jane Delaney 



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with the gauntlet of learning, 




Annette Doucette 
Louis Downing 
Harold Doyle 
Peter Draheim 
Deborah Earle 
Anna Eichenwald 



Joseph Figaratto 
Peter Finley 
John Flanagan 
Albert Florio 
Arthur Flynn 
Marcia Gade 



Robert Giannetti 
Jeannette Gilchrist 
Sue Ellen Gilpatrick 
Leslie Gookin 
Andrea Goudas 
Mark Graham 



Roberta Green 
George Greene 
John Hallett 
Carol Hamilton 
Dianne Hamilton 
Penelope Harper 



Eric Hatch 
Pamela Hearon 
Douglas Heath 
Paula Hefron 
William Helfen 
Stephen Henrich 



John Flanagan watches in the background, while Mr. David 
Sumner, mechanical drawing teacher, evaluates the work of 
William Perry. 





Carolyn Hinton 
Wanda Holmes 



Sandra Hunt 
Roy Hurd 



Byron Hurder 
Stephen Hurkett 



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Beth Barrows, Homecoming Queen, sits in a Junior 
Classroom with Mary Beth Brown, Byron Hurder, Wil- 
liam Helfen, Paula Hefron, and Dianne Hamilton. 




Rolf Jacobson 
Arthur Jones 
Bonnie Jones 



Victoria Kapolchok 
Linda Keady 
Douglas Keeler 




Kathleen Kelly 
Catherine Kennedy 



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leadership, and good citizenship 







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Edward Kerr 
John Kozak 
Paul Kozak 
Ellen Landry 




Richard Landry 
Douglas Lanergan 
Donald Larrabee 
Richard Larrabee 
Sandra Larson 
Barbara Lemmer 



David Lemmer 
Warren Lewis 
Mary Loucks 
Michael Loucks 
Brian Love 
Ann Lukk 



Richard Lunn 
Cynthia Macinnis 
Stephen Manning 
George Martin 
Donna Martucci 
Lynne Massey 



John Mauritz 
Frances McGarry 
Jeremiah Meegan 
Russell Meunier 
Donna Miconi 
Gregory Morse 



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Stephen Napier 
Barbara Nason 
David Nelson 
Guy Newhall 
Judith Nichols 
Diane Oliva 



Dorothy Ordway 
Kathleen Packard 
James Page 
Terry Pasquantonio 
Kathryn Patton 
Karen Pearson 



Collette Pelletier 
Robert Pelletier 
Kathleen Peloquin 
Edward Pericolo 
Robert Perron 
William Perry 



Thomas Pezold 
Linda Philpin 
Michael Plante 
Mary Plumer 
Edward Poles 
Cheryl Porter 



Debbie Preston 
Dennis Purdy 
Mark Ravinski 
Nicholas Reybrock 
Frederick Reynolds 
Charles Richardson 



three quarters run, move on 




Andrea Goudas, art student, is an excellent ex- 
ample of a "mood study." 



Cheryl Robinson 
Jane Robinson 
Susan Roche 



Margaret Rogers 
Linda Rouille 
Roberta Rowel I 



Nicholas Sacco 
Carole Schickle 
Winslow Schurman 




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toward the status of chiefs. 









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Marcia Semple 
Alice Sharon 
Jane Sheehan 



George Shepard 
Richard Shobakan 
Mary Simpson 



Students in the Class of 
'66 are proud to include in 
their membership, Anna 
Eichenwald, a student from 
Brazil. 







Karen Sprague 
Karol Sprague 
Peter Stasis 
George Steel 



George Stobbart 
Lee Stuart 
Margaret Such 
Theodore Sullivan 
Carl Sundquist 




James Todaro 
Linda Topham 
Robert Topham 
Linda Tourtillotte 
Stephen Tripp 
Linda Tucker 

Chester Twardzicki 
Naida Twardzicki 
Mary Valentine 
Deborah Wallace 
Jeffrey Watson 
Karen Watson 



Michael Welik 
Bernice White 
Guy Wickman 
Cynthia Wiklund 
David Woodward 
Donna Woolford 






ACTIVITIES 






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Heredity emblems of the Indian tribes were 
their totems. They could be identified by them. 
So, too, can student activity groups and organ- 
izations be identified by their emblems. 



SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS 




Marjorie Bremilst, Jean Meau, Alda Lumnah, Kathleen Chabot, Nancy 
Fuller, James Finley, Carleton Cappuccino, Patricia Hallett, Gail Gardner, 
Pauline Wilkinson, Martha Hazlett, Stephen Stafford, William Pease, 
Linda Snell, Edith Fluck, Ruth Topham, Debra Williams, Dale Ashman, 



Kathleen Wojciechowski, Linda Richardson, Christine Bennett, Paul 
Wickman, Frederick Goodwin, Julia MacDonnell, Joan Tremblay, Vir- 
ginia Sampson, Sharon Lunn, and Marie Rowland exemplify the quali- 
ties of character, scholarship, leadership, service, and citizenship. 



Character, scholarship, leadership, service, and citizenship 



GROWTH OF HONORIFICISTS CHAPTER 



In 1961 the King Philip chapter of the National Honor 
Society, the Honorificists, was established with a mem- 
bership of twelve students. In a span of four years the 
membership has more than doubled. This fact would seem 
to indicate that the standards of the chapter which are 
enthusiasm for scholarship, desire to render service, pro- 
motion of worthy leadership, and the development of char- 
acter, are goals to be desired. 



Social responsibilities of the present group are the 
induction of new members and the alumni tea. Aiding 
adult members of the local scholarship committee in the 
raising of funds and tutoring less able students in the 
several academic subjects are the service projects for 
this year. 




HONORIFICISTS CHAPTER OFFICERS 

One of the greatest honors at King Philip is that of holding 
office in Senior Honor Society. Linda Snell, treasurer; James 
Finley, vice-president; Patricia Hallett, president; and Sharon 
Lunn, secretary; were deemed worthy of this honor by their 
peers. 



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JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS 




Aspirants for membership in the Senior Honor Society are: Thomas 
Wadleigh, Byron Hurder, William Proal, Douglas Lemire, Marcia Semple, 
Kendra Black, Jane Valentine, Elizabeth Allen, Leslie Dalghren, Janice 
Johnston, Susan Croswell, Dianne Hamilton, William Helfen, Mark Bige- 
low, Stephen Henrick, Peter Finley, Edward McGarry, Linda Keady, Lee 



Stuart, Kristine Brown, Ann Curtis, Carolyn Goodman, Joanne Raymond, 
Janice Collins, Jean Pasquantonio, Linda Lang, Veronica MacDonnell, 
Rosalthie Fawcett, Karen Pearson, Janice Boucher, Bonnie Jones, Bar- 
bara Lemmer, Ronald Eisner, Richard Lunn, Guy Wickman, Charles 
Richardson, Harry Schoening, Dennis Porter, and David Christensen. 



blaze the trail to accomplishment. 



JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY 
EMULATES HONORIFICISTS 



Inaugurated at the same time as the Honorificists, the 
Senior Honor Society chapter, was the junior group, the 
Helen Keller chapter. Junior Honor Society serves as a 
proving ground for the undergraduates in grades 9 through 
11, who aspire to become members of the Senior Honor 
Society which demands more from the standpoint of char- 



acter, scholarship, leadership, service, and citizenship. 

In a minor capacity, the members of the Junior Honor 
Society are emulating the seniors in their tutoring project. 
The Junior Honor Society had frequently worked in con- 
junction with members of the Senior Honor Society in 
helping with the alumni tea and other projects. 



HELEN KELLER CHAPTER OFFICERS 

Outstanding members in the Helen Keller Chapter of the 
Junior Honor Society chosen to lead the group for the 
1964 - 65 academic year with their advisors are: Mr. Harry 

Burry, science instructor; Mrs. Mildred Wallace, chairman of 
the foreign language department; Miss Clara Manteca, chair- 
man of the history department; William Helfen, president; 
Marcia Semple, treasurer; Susan Croswell, secretary; Ellen 
Carlson, vice-president. 




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FUTURE TEACHERS 




Juniors and seniors who plan a career in teaching are: 
Richard Lambert, Linda Snell, Karen Pearson, Susan 
Bamberry, Debra Williams, Margaret Rogers, Jane 
Valentine, Anne Pazurchek, Margaret Such, Marjorie 
Bremilst, Linda Gardner, Martha Hazlett, Anna Eichen- 
wald, Rosalthie Fawcett, Bonnie Jones, Nancy Warn- 



bolt, Dorothy Ordway, Ann Lukk, Dianne Hamilton, 
Patricia Davin, Naida Twardzicki, Sandra Leverone, 
Mary Simpson, Collette Pelletier, Jeanette Gilchrist, 
Penelope Forsyth, Sandra Porter, Miss Mary Kelleher, 
advisor; Arlene Beauchemin, and Kathleen Wojcie- 
chowski. 



Students prepare to meet professional needs 



EXPERIENCE THROUGH PRACTICE 

Senior members of the Future Teachers of America at King Philip 
are given an opportunity during June of each year to receive experience 
by practice teaching in the elementary schools in the neighboring towns. 
These future teachers put into practice knowledge they have acquired 
from lectures and observation during the previous years of membership. 



Miss Genevieve Szezepaniak observes Richard 
Lambert as he practice teaches in her 
mathematics class. 




Freshmen and sophomores, interested early in the teaching profession are 
Patricia Vine, Gail Waldron, Carol Zilch, Ellen Bamberry, Leah MacDonnell, 
Beverly Cain, Paula Delaiario, Leslie Dahlgren, Barbara Beauchemin, Sharon Hill, 
Dianne Doiron, Joan Grzenda, Patricia O'Brien, Marsha Bergman, Diane Doyle, 
Cindie Arno, Maryelayna Reybrock, Linda Cox, Jean Pasquantonio, Deborah Bond, 
Janice Collins, and Candice Langille. 




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FUTURE NURSES 




Karen Sprague, Jeanne Wilson, Verna Wyllie, Norma 
Davison, Leslie Gookin, Kathleen Pelloquin, Kathleen 
Chabot, Linda Sorenson, Mary Loucks, Alice Lambert, 
Ingrida Lemkins, Christine Bennett, Katherine Payne, 
Carol Philpin, Christine Perry, Donna Micone, Kathryn 



Patton, Mary Plumer, Deborah Paquin, Dorothy 
Beard, Shirley Blaisdell, Dianne Beek, Natalie Gardner, 
Patricia Mullen, Pamela Hearon, Marcia Ames, Penel- 
ope Forsyth devote their free time to volunteer work 
at Pondville Hospital. 



in education and medicine. 



FUTURE NURSES SERVE 



Future nurses volunteer their services at Pondville 
Hospital each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, learning 
"trade secrets" from professional nurses with whom they 
work side by side. At club meetings the girls view medi- 
cal films and plan future projects to benefit hospital 



patients, such as the annual Christmas party, at which 
the girls dress as Santa and his helpers to distribute 
favors and sing carols to the patients at Pondville Hos- 
pital. 



Under the guidance of Miss Margaret Keady, R.N., 
Joan Tremblay, Gail Gardner, Paulette Watremez, 
and Joyce Cook conduct the official business of 
the Future Nurses Club. 




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Student Council-training center for democracy. 




Growth in the student body has resulted in proportionate growth in the 
student council. Members in the 1965 student council under the leader- 
ship of Mrs. Rita Tokaz, of the business department, and Mr. Stanley 
Hamilton, of the English department, are Pamela Waters, Elaine Evans, 
Deborah Wiklund, Susan Sumner, Ernest Callegaro, Michael McDavitt, 



Shirley Blaisdell, Barbara Perry, Joan Hobbs, Sarah Kempton, David 
Power, Dwight Perry, Barbara Westhaver, Norma Wiklund, Myna Proal, 
Susan Fenton, Gale Gehman, Christine Perry, David Woodward, Joyce 
LaPierre, Dorothy Beard, Norman Carvalho, Suzanne Babel, Charles 
Richardson, Naida Twardzicki, James Clark, and Donna Miconi. 



COUNCIL GOALS FOR 1964-65 



King Philip's student governing body is the student 
council. This council, made up of representatives from 
each class, serves as an intermediary between the stu- 
dent body and the administration. 

Each year, apart from its regular functions of setting 
up the social calendar and running the school store, the 
council undertakes specific goals for the year. This year 



the councilors are fostering school spirit. They are setting 
up and maintaining displays and bulletin boards which 
emphasize school spirit. Interest in the welfare of the 
school as a whole is being encouraged by way of good 
discipline, academic achievement, and pride in the physi- 
cal school plant. 




Mr. Stanley Hamilton, student council advisor and English teacher, stands 
proudly beside three student council officers: Joyce Lapierre, clerk; Norman 
Carvalho, president; and Dorothy Beard, treasurer. 



Student council members, Dorothy Beard and Naida 
Twardzicki, sell a book cover to Deborah Wiklund. 




LIBRARY COUNCIL AND AVA GROUP 

Two of the most effective school service groups at King 
Philip, are the Library Council and the AVA Group. 

Library councilors serve daily in the school library during 
and after school hours. The boys and girls, carefully trained 
by Mrs. Winona LoGrasso, school librarian, catalogue, shelve, 
and repair books; work at the desk, and post displays and 
bulletin boards. 

Mr. Francis Gallipeau, director of AVA and social studies 
teacher, has organized a group of boys who are trained to 
photograph and develop pictures, to operate stage sound and 
lighting equipment for all school and public performances, 
and to service and run all school-visual aids equipment. 

Students, teachers, and the public benefit greatly because 
of the interest and training of the students in these organiza- 
tions. 




Library council members, Linda Tucker and Roy Guary, set up a 
display on the bulletin board in the school library. 



Service to others is basic to good citizenship. 




Mrs. Winona LoGrasso, school librarian, 
teaches Joyce Cook how to file cards while 
Arthur Petitt, William Wagner, David Meu- 
nier, Norma Wiklund, Robert McLacklan, 
Roberta Rowell, Mary Mauritz, Joan Grzenda, 
and Barbara Lambert look on. 



HHMMHMHMM^SflE&HMMRl^' T i M M W IWI 



An important adjunct to modern education 
is audio-visual aids. The responsibility for the 
setting up and use of these aids falls to: 
Michael Skinner, Edward Perry, Russell Kemp- 
ton, William Clark, Michael Ragucci, and 
Stanley Widak. 




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Yearbook demands editorial 




1965 Chieftain editors, Patricia Hallett, senior pages 
editor; Julia Macdonnell, co-editor; William Rice, boys' 
sports editor; Donald Everett, events editor; Mrs. Alice 
Church, advisor; Frederick Goodwin, co-editor; Frances 
McGarry, girls' sports editor; Marcia Semple, under- 
graduates' editor, and Marie Rowland, activities editor, 
spend many hours planning layouts, cropping pictures, 
and writing copy in the hope that this publication 
will be the best ever. 



THE CHIEFTAIN: A RECORD OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR 



Production of a yearbook involves scheduling pictures, 
planning lay-outs, cropping pictures, and writing captions 
and copy. 

By devoting hours of their time to such tasks, editors 
hope to present a complete and accurate account of the 



school year. 

While the editorial staff produces the yearbook, the 
business staff is busy obtaining funds to finance the 
book by selling yearbooks and advertisements, and soli- 
citing patrons. 




Editorial staff members, Kathleen 
Wojciechowski, Jeannette Gilchrist, 
Arlene Beauchemin, Anne Pazur- 
chek, and Martha Hazlett, admire 
the Chieftain display. 



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nd financial cooperation. 






Financial success of the Chieftain is the responsibility of the business 
staff: Norman Carvalho, advertising manager; Jean McMorrow, sub- 
scription manager; Dale Ashman, business manager; Mrs. Mildred Ed- 
wards, advisor, Jean Meau, Michele Neveux, Dianne Hamilton, Susan 
Baxter, Alda Lumnah, Deborah Paquin, Cynthia Wiklund, Donna Miconi, 
Kathleen Chabot, Katherine Patton, Rosalthie Fawcett, Susan Babel, 
Kathleen Ashworth, Ruth Topham, Virginia Sampson, Dorothy Beard, 
Linda Hodson, Sharon Lunn, Debra Williams, and Patricia Mullen. 



Charles Richardson helps write copy as the deadline looms 
near. 



Donald Everett, events editor; 
Frances McGarry, girls' sports 
editor; Marcia Semple, under- 
graduates' editor; Patricia Hall- 
ett, senior pages editor; Marie 
Rowland, activities editor; Dale 
Ashman, business manager; 
Frederick Goodwin and Julia 
MacDonnell, co-editors, and 
Mrs. Mildred Edwards and 
Mrs. Alice Church, advisors, are 
packed and ready to go to the 
Columbia yearbook conference. 




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SMOKE SIGNALS 





Janice Boucher, Sandra Porter, Nancy Fuller, Elizabeth Allen, and 
Marie Rowland, members of the editorial staff, plan the next issue. 



Mrs. Patricia Ferney, Smoke Signals advisor 
and English teacher, chuckles to herself 
at what must have been a comical typo- 
graphical error. 



Modern and ancient worlds 



SMOKE SIGNALS: SCHOOL NEWSPAPER 

Keeping the student body informed through the 
school newspaper, the Smoke Signals, is a monthly 
job. It is published by students in grades nine 
through twelve, who are interested in journalism 
and wish to become further acquainted with the 
several phases of publication. Students learn to 
write, edit, and produce each issue under the care- 
ful guidance of Mrs. Patricia Ferney and Mr. Stan- 
ley Hamilton, English teachers. 



Reporters, Heidi Bushell, Jere Sievert, Laurie Lumnah, Natalie Gard- 
ner, Kathleen Wojciechowski, Patricia Hallett, Penelope Forsyth, 
Walter French, Maryelayna Reybrock, and Mary Simpson, look 
ready and eager to go out on their assignments. 





William Rooney helps Gail Gardner, busi- 
ness manager, add up the sales. 



Once all stories are in, Joan Tremblay, Jane Sheehan, Geraldine Grant, Jane 

Valentine, and Anne Pazurchek, take over to type the articles Nancy Fuller, editor, 

gives them. 

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JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE 



QiIgua^ T^crmcurtci 




Justifiably proud of the Roman dis- 
play are Jere Sievert, Edith Fluck, 
Karen Watson, Deborah Davis, 
Maryelayna Reybrock, Susan Rogers, 
Michael Loucks, Byron Hurder, 
David Woodward, James Todaro, 
Karen Pearson, Natalie Gardner, 
Joan Tremblay, Margaret Such, and 
Ingrida Lemkins. 



meet in school activities, 



David Woodward, playing the part of the Roman slave, brings the roast pig to 
Edith Fluck, the mistress of the home. 



CLASSICAL LEAGUE OBSERVES 
SATURNALIA 

Members of the Junior Classical League 
learn about Roman history and culture 
through such activities as the celebration 
of the feast of the Saturnalia. This Roman 
holiday is annually observed by the club 
with foods, games, gifts, and speech par- 
ticular to the ancient holiday. 




James Todaro and Walter French show David Woodward how to play the Roman 
game of mora. 




Scale models and Roman artifacts made 
by members of the Junior Classical 
League, are reminders of a great culture. 



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Advanced French students, Ann Lukk, Collette Pellitier, Mrs. 
Mildred Wallace, advisor; Frederick Goodwin, Dianne Hamilton, 
Anna Eichenwald, Julia MacDonnell, Pauline Wilkinson, Ellen 
Carlson, Janice Boucher, Karen Pearson, Carol Picard, Susan 



Croswell, Elizabeth Allen, Dale Ashman, Kathleen Wojciechowski, 
Anne Pazurchek, Jane Valentine, Linda Richardson, Nancy Fuller, 
and Martha Hazlett, concentrate on the literature and culture 
of the country of origin. 



Culture and literature enliven 



STUDENTS OBSERVE FRENCH 
CUSTOMS 

Members of the French Club, through 
films and books in the language, have in- 
novated a number of projects to increase in- 
terest in the history and culture of France. 
The highlight of the club's year is the an- 
nual Christmas party where students give 
skits, sing carols, and distribute presents 
all in the French style. Following the cus- 
toms of the country, all food, favors, and 
decorations keep in line with those of 
France. 




Anne Pazurchek, Jane Valentine, Kathleen Wojciechowski, Pauline Wilkinson, and 
Michele Neveux stand around the fortune bowl. 



Mrs. Lucy Medaglia, advisor, Gail Sullivan, Naida Twardzicki, Linda Lang, Catherine Sharon, 
Nancy LaPointe, Douglas Lemire, Dennis Porter, Janet Frederiksen, Leslie Dalghren, Anne 
Curtis, Jean Pasquantonio, Kristine Brown, Janice Collins, Carolyn Goodman, Dorothy 
Ordway, Byron Hurder, Jeannette Gilchrist, Karen Watson, and Arlene Beauchemin learn 
the techniques of creative writing in French. 




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French club officers, Dianne Hamilton, 
Anna Eichenwald, Ann Lukk, and Collette 
Pelletier, enjoy opening their surprise 
gifts. 



interest in the language. 



Dennis Porter plays Santa Claus to Gail Sullivan. 




French II students, Cynthia Beauchemin, Nancy 
Howell, Linda Cox, Jeanne Cartier, Marilyn Larra- 
bee, Susan Fenton, Catherine Langley, Paula Del- 
airio, Marcia Bergman, Veronica Macbonnell, 
Marcia Reed, Joanne Raymond, Janice Johnson, 
Glenis Knowles, Sandra Larsen, Allen Greene, 
Linda Fitzgerald, Susan Baxter, Laurie Lumnah, 
Diane Doyle, Cindie Arno, Barbara Beauchemin, 
Lynn Dynan, Peter DaVia, Robert Carlson, Robert 
Croswell, Mark Bigelow, Harold Perry, Ronald 



Eisner, Charles Bedard, William Proal, Julie La- 
Perche, Leah MacDonnell, Mary Valentine, Bar- 
bara Nason, Deborah Wallace, Mary Simpson, 
Michele Neveux, Sharon Hill, Patricia Vine, Deb- 
orah Bond, Patricia O'Brien, Pamela Waters, 
Susan Logan, Gail Waldron, Joan Baxter, Mary 
Mavrides, and Mrs. Valentina Dzelzitis, advisor, 
plan to continue their studies so that they will 
have a firm grasp of the language. 




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Musical expression leads 




Linda Philpin, Anne Pazurchek, Ruth Topham, Jane 
Valentine, and Karol Sprague always carry the banner 
for the King Philip marching band. 



Sousaphone players, William Turgot, William 
Clark, and Stillman Sprague, add to the 
quality of music rendered by the brass sec- 
tion. 



BAND SERVES DUAL PURPOSE 
King Philip is fortunate in that it has two bands, a marching 
band, in which all who qualify for band membership, are allowed 
to play, and a concert band, in which the more talented musicians 
appear. They are directed by Mr. Raymond Hill. 

The marching band plays at all outdoor functions — parades, 
football games, pep rallies, and dedications. The concert band 
provides the music for the winter and spring concerts, school 
affairs, and graduation. 





Baritones and trombones played by Richard Lambert, Richard 
Rogers, Harry Boone, Michael White, Gregory Wadleigh, Charles 
Boehm, Anthony Reybrock, and Richard Smith, are an essential 
segment of the brass section. 



Rhythm and beat for all selections are provided by 
percussionists Paul Robinson, Francis Kennedy, Fred 
True, Mark Burton, James Clark, Arthur Washburn, 
Russell Wood, and Robert Howarth. 




to cultural enrichment. 



Dennis Laughman, Martin Pearson, Nicholas Reybrock, David 
Topham, Clifford Topham, Russell Sullivan, Robert MacLacklan, 
Allan Button, Gregory MacDonnell, Allan Brown, and Joseph 
Hovey, trumpet players, carry the major part of the melody 
for the band. 





Glockenspiels, played by Ellen Carlson, Nancy Howard, Donna 
Woolford, June Clark, and Dianne Hamilton, provide the soft 
tones to the percussion section. 



Flute players, Elizabeth Breitbart, Patricia Vine, Deborah 
Davis, Beth Barrows, Patricia Hallett, Deborah Willard, and 
Donna Nelson, are responsible for the high register notes in 
the woodwind section. 




Another section of woodwinds is that of clarinets which are 
played by Janice Collins, Stephen Bissell, Kristine Brown, Rolf 
Jackobson, Karen Pearson, William Helfen, Kathleen Barrett, 
Charles Richardson, Marcia Semple, John Doucette, Leah 
MacDonnell, Linda Lang, Jeffrey Barrett, Veronica MacDonnell, 
Neil Carlson, Bruce Cummings, Deborah Keeler, and Barbara 
Perry. 



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Young voices create 




LARGE REPERTOIRE ASSET TO 
CHOIR 

Senior and junior choirs, under the direc- 
tion of Mr. Raymond Hill, are students in 
grades seven through twelve. These youth- 
ful singers learn to put over songs with 
charm and poise. Their repertoire includes 
classical and popular numbers, both old 
and new favorites. 

During the school year, their appearance 
highlights such occasions as the Christmas 
and Spring concerts. 



Mr. Raymond Hill shakes the maracas during a rendition of "More". 



Altos, Frederick Goodwin, Paul Robinson, Arthur Washburn, and William Pease, harmonize 
in song with sopranos, while accompanied by Richard Lunn, Richard Rogers, and Forrest 
Robinson. 




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melodious harmony. 



First sopranos, Annette Dou- 
cette, Grace Choma, Cynthia 
Wiklund, Linda Philpin, Mary- 
elayna Reybrock, Mary Simpson, 
Sandra Larsen, Debra Williams, 
Jean McMorrow, Martha Haz- 
lett, Barbara Caldon, Sharon 
Lunn, Sharon Graves, Jane Val- 
entine, Kathleen Wojciechowski, 
Ann Pazurchek, Karol Sprague, 
Rosalthie Fawcett, Naida 
Twardzicki, Karen Sprague, 
Pamela Hearon, Paula Hefron, 
Cynthia Beauchemin, Barbara 
Westhaver, Marcia Semple, Don- 
na Woolford, Collette Pelletier, 
Christine Perry, Joanne Ray- 
mond, and Laurie Lumnah, hit 
all the high notes. 



Junior choir first sopranos, 
Susan Logan, Candice Langille, 
Wendy Burton, Jeanne DiBat- 
tista, Frances Boudreau, Susan 
Binney, Sarah Valentine, Mary 
Ellen Jordan, Linda Pericolo, 
Sharon Hussey, Constance 
Knauber, Susan Robinson, Kar- 
en Worsman, Kathleen Plante, 
Beverly Cain, Jane Woolford, 
Gail Waldron, Virginia Binney, 
Marie Miconi, Patricia Vine, 
Jeanne Cartier, Barbara Beau- 
chemin, and Joan Lomasney, 
look forward to membership in 
the senior choir. 



Lower notes are the responsibil- 
ity of Linda Sorenson, Ruth 
Topham, Nancy Fuller, Dorothy 
Beard, Karen Pearson, Arlene 
Beauchemin, Althea Boudreau, 
Janet McMorrow, Jean Pasquan- 
tonio, Margaret Rogers, Kathryn 
Patton, Karen Watson, Jean- 
nette Gilchrist, Donna Miconi, 
Alda Lumnah, and Dorothy 
Ireland. 



Marie Daley, Ellen Bamberry, 
Barbara Ross, Deborah Keeler, 
Jane Beresford, Susan Robin- 
son, Linda Nelson, Cynthia 
Arno, Nancy Howell, Linda Ful- 
ler, Linda Corning, Nancy How- 
ard, and Donna Morin are an 
integral part of the choir. 




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ART CLUB 




Mr. Carlton Nickerson stands by while 
Annette Doucette poses for Susan Man- 
ning, Lauretta Martucci, Susan Babel, 
Carol Philpin, and Norma Davison. 



Student talent finds many uses, 




Susan Manning, winner in the 
Eighth Annual National Mari- 
time Poster Contest, is ever 
ready to share her artistic tal- 
ents with all who need them 
whether it be design for a year- 
book or program cover, posters, 
or scenery for a play. 



; TALENT DEVELOPMENT 

Learning while doing is the policy of the Art Club. Members 
receive special instruction in sketching, putting the emphasis 
on poses by using live models. Oftentimes, the school artists 
are called upon to design and execute scenery for plays, cov- 
ers for programs and books, and emblems for clubs, which 
they willingly do. 



Andrea Goudas and Annette Doucette 
make a critical study of a stencil. 




SPORTS 





Physical fitness was a prime requisite for 
the Indian lad who aspired to the honor of 
becoming a warrior. Sports which developed 
his strength, co-ordination, and stamina were 
part of his everyday life. Today these qualities 
are developed in school team sports. 



Warriors defeated but undaunted 



TOUGH COMPETITION 

Tough competition was one rea- 
son for the Warriors' lack of success 
this year. As shown by the scores, the 
Warriors played some good games 
that could have gone either way. 
Their best effort of the year came 
in the 6-0 loss to heavily favored 
Franklin. 



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William Rice, co-captain for two seasons, plans 
strategy for the next play with Coach Conrad 
A. Pensavalle. Unfortunately, Rice was side- 
lined for the last half of the '63 and all of the 
'64 season due to injury — unable to play, good 
sportsman that he is, he acted as an assistant 
coach. 





Warriors come on the field ready for action. 



Head Coach Conrad Pensavalle looks concerned over the upcoming game. 




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North Attleboro 



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make ready for 1965. 



Co-Captain Donald Faulkner, most valuable player and league all star, 
watches the toss of the coin in the game against North Attleboro. 



George Brooks, tackle (74), kicks off as the team rushes down the field. 




Warriors, 1964-1965, coached by Mr. Conrad A. Pensavalle, guidance 
counsellor, and his assistant, Mr. Thomas Hartley, of the athletic de- 
partment, are: Barry Disnard, guard; Raymond Kratohvil, end; James 
Pasquantonio, guard; Paul Lewicki, end; Mark Peckham, center; Donald 
Faulkner, co-captain, tackle; Donald Weber, tackle; Thomas Blaisdell, 
tackle; Gregory Franklin, halfback; Bruce Smith, fullback; Dennis Purdy, 
halfback; Edward Pericolo, quarterback; Paul Kozak, halfback; Joseph 
Figaratoo, halfback; Peter Finley, end; Peter Stasis, end; Allen Greene, 



guard; Guy Beaudette, center; Paul Wickman, quarterback; William Carr, 
guard; David Christensen, tackle; Douglas Cummings, tackle; Charles 
Richardson, fullback; John Kozak, halfback; Bruce Hobbs, guard; Thomas 
Wadleigh, guard; Jeremiah Meegan, tackle; James Clark, halfback; 
George Brooks, tackle; Stephen Napier, halfback; Donald Power, full- 
back; Douglas Keeler, tackle; Eric Hatch, tackle; and Louis Downing, 
end. 









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Fans begin to fill up the bleachers for another home contest. 




Bruce Smith fights North Attleboro defenders. 





Mark Peckham closes in to help Bruce Smith stop a North Attle- 
boro back. 



Junior end, Peter Stasis, leaps to haul in Paul Wickman's 
pass. 



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Douglas Cummings and James Clark, junior varsity 
players, wait anxiously for their chance to get into a 
varsity game. 



Assistant Coach Thomas Hartley and team physician, Dr. Eugene 
Brooks, express their disappointment at the outcome of the game. 



Junior varsity shows great promise. 



Junior varsity players coached by Mr. Glen Kibler, biology instructor, 
are: Jeffrey Watson, Dennis Purdy, Paul Kozak, Thomas Pezold, Peter 
Prevett, Eric Hatch, Jeremiah Meegan, William Carr, Rolf Jacobson, 
David Christensen, Thomas Wadleigh, Bruce Hobbs, Edward Pericolo, 



Douglas Keeler, Paul Schofield, Harry Schoening, Robert Littleton, 
Kimball Rogers, Nicholas Sacco, Bruce Wiggins, Charles Richardson, 
Edward Poles, Donald Powers, James Clark, Guy Beaudette, Louis Down- 
ing. 




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Members of the Warriors hard fighting varsity basketball team 
are: Richard Smith, Vincent DeLaiaro, Peter Finley, Douglas Cum- 
mings, Guy Wickman, Harry Schoening, Brayton Hill, Michael 



McCullough, Michael Welik, Coach Thomas Hartley, William Rice, 
Steven Stafford, Charles Birmingham, Richard Lunn, Paul Wick- 
man, Bruce Smith, and James Finley. 






King Philip foresees best season ever 



Coach Thomas Hartley and Paul Wickman watch while William Rice and 
Bruce Smith demonstrate a defensive tactic. These players are varsity 
tri-captains. 




HARD WORK PAYS OFF 
With the best balanced team in the 
school's history, the Warriors won more 
games than any other King Philip team. 
The main reasons for this were hard work, 
plenty of practice, and hustle on the parts 
of both the players and the coaches. 

SCORES 



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K.P. 


58 


Walpole 


72 


K.P. 


57 


North Attleboro 


49 


K.P. 


57 


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63 


K.P. 


72 


Alumni n/^N 


71 


K.P. 


69 


Stoughton 




K.P. 


52 


Bishop Feehan 


43 


K.P. 


73 / 


Sharon^v^^ 


85 


K.P. 


85 


Mansfield 


58 


K.P. 


67 


Oliver Ames 




K.P. 


86 1 

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Franklin -*<- 




K.P. 


Foxboro / 


52 


K.P. 


64 s 


Randolph 


60 


K.P. 


69 \ 


Stoughton 


60 


K.P. 


70 


Sharon 


77 


K.P. 


61 


Canton 




K.P. 


58 


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K.P. 


52 


Oliver Ames 


70 


K.P. 


63 


Randolph 


67 


K.P. 


58 


Franklin 


55 


K.P. 


47 


Canton 


62 


K.P. 


52 


Winthrop 


67 







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Team's leading scorer, Richard 
Lunn, sets up to score more points. 



Charlie Birmingham, another top scorer, jumps to 
control the tap. 



ith top league scorers, 



Bringing the ball up the floor 
to set up a play is Bruce Smith, 
Co-captain. 



Paul Wickman, Co-captain, scores 
on a foul shot. 




Co-captain, William Rice, drives by a North 
Attleboro defender for two points. 



J. V.: Training ground for future stars. 




Mr. Robert Perry, mathematics teacher, coached the junior varsity team on to many vic- 
tories. Team members are: Robert Marshall, Steven Henrich, William Helfen, Robert 
Smith, Robert Pellitier, Richard Binney, Dana Hatch, Michael Ragucci, Thomas Croswell, 
Donald Power, Alan White, and Lawrence Binney. 



COACHES DEVELOP TALENT 
Junior varsity players gain experience in 
competitive games on the basketball courts. 
This experience tends to show up their 
strengths and weaknesses so that coaches can 
determine those who have potential and can be 
developed into promising varsity players. 



KING 


PHILIP SCOREBOARD 




K.P. 42 


Walpole 


42 


K.P. 45 


North Attleboro 


53 


K.P. 34 


Foxboro 


30 


K.P. 49 


Stoughton 


35 


K.P. 45 


Bishop Feehan 


75 


K.P. 28 


Sharon 


38 


K.P. 46 


Mansfield 


40 


K.P. 40 


Oliver Ames 


46 


K.P. 44 


Franklin 


40 


K.P. 42 


Randolph 


37 


K.P. 51 


Foxboro 


37 


K.P. 38 


Stoughton 


69 


K.P. 34 


Sharon 


47 


K.P. 35 


Mansfield 


58 


K.P. 38 


Oliver Ames 


47 


K.P. 42 


Franklin 


53 


K.P. 25 


Randolph 


48 


K.P. 45 


Canton 


32 


K.P. 37 


Canton 


33 



Guy Wickman jumps for the ball against a North 
Attleboro Rocketeer. 



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Green and white shakers add color and dash to the K.P. football 
cheerleaders: Pamela Waters, Donna Fitzgerald, Denise Calle- 
garo, Kathleen Chabot, Mary Jane Delaney, Donna Woolford, 



Cynthia Beauchemin, Judith Nichols, Teresa Lambert, Victoria 
Kapolchok, and Karen Sprague, who circle around Jacquelyn 
Bullock, captain. 



Cheerleaders are champions of school spirit 



CHEERLEADERS BACK K.P. PLAYERS 



"Let's go, K.P.H." rings out loud and clear across 
football fields and basketball courts whenever the 
Warriors play. These cheers are led by the en- 
thusiastic cheerleaders who cheer when the boys 
are winning and even louder when things are going 



badly. 

Competition for places on the K.P. cheerleading 
squads is very keen. All girls in grades 9-12 are 
eligible. Girls are selected on the basis of poise, 
coordination, and ability to project their voices. 



The basketball cheerleaders: 
Teresa Lambert, Mary Chabot, 
Barbara Larsen, Pamela Lord, 
Patricia Vine, Alice Lambert, 
Sarah Winn, Donna Bankert, 
Sandra Leverone, captain, Jan- 
ice Johnston, and Norma Davi- 
son, give enthusiastic support 
to the K.P. hoopsters. 




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Scoring builds up morale 




HILIP 




HOCKEY SCORES 

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Vying for the puck are Warrior Glenn Olsen and a 
Hingham Jet. 



WARRIORS SCORE 
Due to the scoring of John Hallett and Donald Faulkner, 
the King Philip icemen have gained confidence in themselves 
as a playing unit. This team proves that holdover varsity 
players with experience enter the rink with increased drive, 
and hope of a win. 



Scoring plays have boosted the morale of King Philip hockey 
team: Paul Lasky, manager, Ivan Apsit, William Crawford, Wind- 
sor Bowden, Walter Preston, William Ashe, Sherwood Haskins, 
John Hallett, Howard Haase, Hugh McComb, assistant coach, 



George Brooks, Alexander Whyte, David Farrar, Barry Porter, 
Peter Stasis, Bruce Wiggins, William Carr, Donald Faulkner, 
Glenn Olsen and head coach, Mr. John Robbins. 




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for King Philip icemen. 




Goalie Ivan Apsit makes a spectacular save for the War- 
ririors. 





John Hallett hustles to steal the puck from Hingham. 





Defenseman Donald Faulkner prepares for a rush up the 
ice. 




Two of the reasons for the Warriors success this 
season were Co-captains Alexander Whyte and William 
Crawford. 



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King Philip's baseball team members are: Roy Burt, James 
Finley, James Rose, Bruce Smith, Donald Faulkner, William 
Hession, Richard Binney, Edward Pericolo, Coach, Mr. Michael 
Cosentino, John llenburg, manager; Peter Finley, Eric Christen- 



sen, William Murphy, George Gehman, Michael McCullough, 
Steven LeVangie, John Jones, Alexander Whyte, Peter Stasis, 
John Killarney, Gregory Franklin. 



Veteran infield insures Hockomock 

ELEVEN LETTERMEN RETURNING 

While winning only five games, the Warriors showed 
plenty of hustle. With eleven lettermen returning, 
things look better for the 1965 season. 



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Coach and athletic director Michael Cosentino 
with help from William Hession hits grounders to 
the team before the game. 



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Starting infielders: Bruce Smith, James Rose and James Finley take part 
in a "pepper game." 

league prominence for Warriors. 




Captain and Hockomock League all-star 
player, Donald Faulkner, takes a few swings. 



Pitcher George Gehman warms up before he goes out 
to the mound. 




A close play as Donald Faulkner stretches for the ball. 




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Garret Baldwin, Ricnard Kenniston, William Clark, Lawrence 
Olsen, Donald Everett, Lee Armen, Gary Ozias, Richard Sebastio, 
David Patton, Mark Peckham, Paul Wickman, Arthur Washburn, 
Paul Robinson, Eugene Fitch, Robert Kenniston, Coach James 



McDevitt, Richard Washburn, Peter Watson, Leo Briere, Barry 
Bossewitz, Dana Hill, Eric Hatch, Frederick Reynolds, George 
Stobard, James Clark, Peter Burnett, Raymond Fisher, Lee Askin, 
and Michael Loucks represent King Philip in track meets. 



OLSEN BREAKS MILE RECORD 
King Philip's track season reached 
its peak when Lawrence Olsen broke all 
previous school records for the one 
mile run. 

Since both the cross country and 
track teams will number among their 
members some who have had previous 
experience, this should, according to 
the law of averages, lead to more suc- 
cessful meets. 



Track and cross country 



Gary Ozias makes a tremendous effort at 
the broad jump. 






TRACK SCOREBOARD 




K.P. 


31 


Bishop Feehan 


46 


K.P. 


64 


Walpole 


43 


K.P. 


32 


Canton 


80 


K.P. 


2 


Randolph 
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111 


K.P. 


19 


67 


K.P. 


35 


Sjjtoughton 


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K.P. 


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Foxboro 


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K.P. 


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Franklin 


75 


K.P. 


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50 


K.P. 


Sharon 


54 




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CROSS COUNTRY SCOREBOARD 



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K.P. 
K.P. 
K.P. 
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Brayton Hill and Raymond Fisher, two of the most 
promising young harriers, are set to go. 



Kenneth Stasis, Sherwood Haskins, David Lasky, 
Francis Grogan, Stephen Welik, William Larsen, Coach 
Hugh McComb, Glenn Olsen, David Farrar, Gary Ozias, 



Raymond Fisher, Brayton Hill, George Stobart, John 
Powers and Chester Twardzicki are King Philip's 
trackmen. 




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Teamwork and leadership 




Varsity field hockey members who turned in a fair record are: Beth Barrows, Gale Gehman, 
Frances McGarry, Judith Burt, Anne Curtis, Virginia Binney, Beverly Begor, Carolyn Picard, 
Bernice White, Michelle Davia, Paula Hefron, Cynthia Wiklund, Brenda Blazic, Ellen Carl- 
son, and Gail Sullivan. 






THE RECORD 


OPPONENTS 




Franklin 





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3 


Canton 


2 


Foxboro 





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1 


Foxboro 


1 


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3 
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2 



Co-captains, Beverly Begor and Carolyn Picard, display 
team leadership. 



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are a winning combination. 






THE RECORD 




OPPONENTS 




K.P 


North Easton 


3 





Canton 


1 


3 


Foxboro 


3 





Sharon 





5 


Mansfield 








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2 


Foxboro 


4 


1 


Mansfield 


1 


2 



GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY 

Hard practice, team spirit, and excel- 
lent coaching enabled the girls to mas- 
ter the skills which helped them to 
come up with a good season of four 
wins, three ties, and three losses. The 
girls are looking forward to an even 
better record next year. 





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The junior varsity: Marcia Ames, Elizabeth Curtis, Carolyn Goodman, Janet Fredriksen, 
Janice Collins, Marie Watremez, Nancy LaPointe, Bonnie Emerson, Susan Croswell, 
Kristine Brown, Linda Lang, Joanne Raymond, Donna Micconi, Barbara Beauchemin, 
Patricia Vine, Nancy Howell, Myna Proal, and Ellen Bamberry, also had a good season. 



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Gymnasts exemplify coordination 




POISE AND AGILITY OF GYMNASTS WIN 
RECOGNITION 

Girl gymnasts personify grace and precision while 
performing various routines on the uneven bars, the 
balance beam, the horse, and in free exercise. Mem- 
bers gave proof of their fine poise and agility when 
they won awards during the 1964 Massachusetts State 
meet and the New England meet. These girls practice 
after school, under the excellent coaching of Miss 
Marcia Connors, to perfect and improve their gym- 
nastic skills. 



Sharon Hill poses after finishing one of her routines 
performed on the uneven bars. 



Karen Sprague, one of the more skilled members 
of the gymnastic team, pauses in preparation for 
a front walkover. 








One of the many poses used in balance 
beam routines is shown here by Carol Zilch. 



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Kathy Packard prepares for a cat leap, one 
of the many exercises performed on the 
balance beam. 




Brenda Blazic, 1964 State Champion on the uneven bars, demonstrates 
the eagle arch. 




This pose is portrayed by Teresa Lambert during one 
of the many gymnastic meets. 




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Girls show determination and spirit. 




Donna Wood, Kathleen Wojciechowski, Sandra 
Porter, Carolyn Picard, Co-captain, Beverly 
Begor, Co-captain, Lee Stuart, Jane Sheehan, 



Michelle Davia, and Deborah Wallace, varsity 
basketball players, display effort and competi- 
tive spirit on the court. 



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for Franklin game. 



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RECORD 




OPPONENTS 




K.P 


Mansfield 


54 


26 


Easton 


60 


29 


Franklin 


41 


27 


Canton 


45 


29 


Foxboro 


31 


22 


Stoughton 


39 


19 


Sharon 


26 


28 


Franklin 


40 


27 


Mansfield 


38 


20 



JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 



OPPONENTS 




Mansfield 


22 


Easton 


27 


Franklin 


7 


Canton 


41 


Foxboro 


21 


Stoughton 


17 


Sharon 


23 


Franklin 


5 


Mansfield 


23 



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GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

Although the girls do not possess an 
overly impressive record this year they 
show determination and a will to win. Good 
sportsmanship, team work, and excellent 
coaching prepare the junior varsity for a 
winning season next year. 



Junior varsity members: Susan 
Fenton, Bonnie Emerson, Nancy 
LaPointe, Kristine Brown, Janet 
Fredriksen, Elizabeth Curtis, 
Judith Burt, Linda Keady, Arlene 
Beauchemin, Anne Curtis, Linda 
McMullin, Barbara Beauchemin, 
Myna Proal, and Dale Ashman, 
prepare for the future. 




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EVENTS 





In Indian lore, the months of the year were 
depicted by significant moon synibols. At 
King Philip school months are significant for 
special events. 



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By the light of the symbolic candle, Beverly Pearson escorts inductee, 
David Reynolds, to his seat. 




A SOLEMN AND IMPRESSIVE 
OCCASION 

Students who have met the qualifications 
for membership: character, scholarship, lead- 
ership, service, and citizenship, having care- 
fully been screened, are inducted in a symbolic 
ceremony into the Honorificists, King Philip 
chapter of the National Honor Society. Parents 
and inductees are impressed with the symbol- 
ism and solemnity of the occasion. King Philip 
is proud to hold a charter in so honorable an 
organization. 




Mrs. Lydia Fisher evinces interest in scholastic progress being made at 
Dean by Sara and Susan Chevers. 



Tea time for alumni and faculty provided a pleas- 
ant interlude in the Honor Society program. 
Here we have Mr. Carlton Nickerson, art teacher, 
about to be served by Linda Ravinski while 
Gwendolyn Lemire stands by and Lois Ihlenburg 
enjoys her repast. 




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Beverly Patton, Martha Hazlett, Alda Lumnah, and Sharon 
Lunn, despite the calmness of their expression, were inwardly 
thrilled and excited at having been honored with invitations 
to become members of the Honorificists. 




In preparation for his oral presentation, Carleton Cappuccino takes a few 
notes on his first prize exhibit. 



Robert Hastings makes a last minute adjust- 
ment on his photography project for the 
Science Fair. 




Science Fair exhilarates students. 




Donald McKillop is a proud winner in the Junior Division of the 
King Philip Science Fair. 



FUTURE SCIENTISTS 

Students interested in the various areas of sci- 
ence participate in the fair held annually. Those 
fortunate enough to win awards for projects in the 
several science areas are privileged to enter the 
projects in regional fairs. 

It is from this group of interested young people 
that our scientists of the future are drawn. 



Curious youngsters investigate this Sci- 
ence Fair project. 




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John, Kenneth Mayer, ridicules Wendy's 
belief in Peter Pan. 



Dennis Roland, behind the mask of Nana, suc- 
ceeds in frightening rather than amusing Michael, 
played by Ernest Evans. 

Alexander Matulewicz became a ter- 
rifying Captain Hook in the seventh 
grade production of Peter Pan. 




rr Peter Pan" brings out seventh grade talent 



CAST PERFORMS ABLY 

Mrs. Elizabeth Sanner's production of Barrie's 
Peter Pan proved to be an interesting and enjoy- 
able play for both high school students and the 
public. Cast members selected from the seventh 
grade speech classes performed ably in major and 
minor roles. The fine performance of Sarah Valen- 
tine, Peter Pan, and many of her classmates along 
with the life-like scenery helped to make the play 
a theatrical success. 




John Matakanski, Kevin Lewis, Douglas Macabe, 
Dwight Perry, and Michael McGrail stand quietly 
awaiting Peter Pan's, Sarah Valentine, reaction to 
Wendy's unconscious state. 




Wendy, Barbara Barnes, rejoices at having be- 
friended the lost boys. John, Wendy's brother and 
Kevin Lewis, one of the lost boys look happily on. 

Wendy, Barbara Barnes, and John, Kenneth 
Mayer look on as Peter Pan makes his exit 
through the window. 



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Stapling the final frills for the stage scenery are: Kathleen Ashworth, 
Sarah Baker, Mrs. Shirley Sherlock, home economics teacher, and 
Virginia Sampson. 

THE LOOK, 1964 

Color, fabric and design, both elegant and practical 
were shown at the 1964 home economics fashion show, 
The Look. Students in all sewing classes cut patterns, 
measured, pinned, stitched seams and then added 
finishing touches whether for a simple shift or on an 
elegant coat-dress ensemble to give individuality to the 
garments. The fashion show is visible proof of the satis- 
faction to be gained from these classes: 




Virginia Sampson balances a precarious display 
of accessories while she, Kathleen Ashworth, Mrs. 
Shirley Sherlock and Sarah Baker set the stage for 
the evening's fashion show. 



Sewing skill and lovely models win acclaim. 




Modeling a gingham 
shift and scarf sewn in 
her home economics 
class, Diana Towers 
descends the stairs on- 
to the stage. 



Susan Doak and Don- 
na Brown pose in 
stunning suits during 
the fashion show. 




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Business education typists type in unison to music as part of the auditorium program. 



Public programs at King Philip show 



THREE DIMENSIONAL PROGRAM 

King Philip in Action, an annual event, is 
popular with both students and parents. Stu- 
dents have a chance to show-off their various 
talents and parents have a chance to see these 
talents. 

The program for the evening is divided into 
three areas of interest. One area is the gym- 
nasium, in which students display abilities on 
the apparatus. Another area is the auditorium 
where the parents have a chance to evaluate 
academic progress through stage presentations 
and to appreciate the band which highlights 
this portion of the program with various musical 
selections. 

During the whole program creative works of 
students in the fields of art and the industrial 
arts are on display in the cafeteria. 

It is hoped that parents leave with a better 
understanding of the educational program at 
King Philip. 




Jane Sheehan performs on the trampoline as part of the physical edu- 
cation program. 



As part of the foreign language department's program, Diane 
Landry and Jacquelyne Bullock do a Spanish dance. 



Fred Paul and friend inspect a vocational shop exhibit in the 
cafeteria. 








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Mr. Anthony Cabral, related shop teacher, talks with Mr. McCullough 
and Mr. Cooper. 




Donald Webber explains the intricacies 
of a shop machine to Mr. Hiram Walker. 



the many facets of education. 





Waiting in the cafeteria line for their coffee and desert are teachers and 
various faculty members. 



Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cannon and Mr. Armour 
Rowland show deep interest in library literature. 



BELLS RING FOR PARENTS 

November 12, 1964 was truly an event for many parents. 
For the first time in many years they had a taste of school life 
— the ringing of bells, the rush between classes and the con- 
fusion of many teachers and subjects. Parents received a 
sample of the typical school day in the life of a student attend- 
ing King Philip. This program was similar to a regular school 
day except for the fact that the periods were shorter and course 
outlines, rather than actual lectures, were given by the teachers. 




As do their student counterparts, parents 
break for the next class. 



Science teacher, 
Mr. Robert Creigh- 
ton, lectures to a 
class of parents. 




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Beth Barrows, a stunning Warrior queen 
is crowned by Pamela Brown, 1963 
Panther queen. Junior, Brenda Blazic 
and senior, Lois Evans are the members 
of the court who reign over the Thanks- 
giving Day game. 



Alumni receive royal treatment. 



HOMECOMING WEEKEND 

Thanksgiving Day, holiday time, is synonymous 
with homecoming. The first event on the home- 
coming calender is the dance at which the Thanks- 
giving Day queen is chosen. The dance is followed 
by a midnight bonfire. The weekend is climaxed 
on Thanksgiving morning when the King Philip 
warriors meet their arch rival Franklin on the 
football field. 



William Rice, Co-captain of the Warrior's football 
team, ignites the 1964 bonfire, amid the excitement 
of a large crowd. 





Blazing into the crisp November sky 
is the 1964 homecoming pep rally 
bonfire. 



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Thirsty after a fast dance, Leah MacDonnell 
and Liza Beaupre wait for a soda. 




Robert and Richard Baker, twins, pause from dancing for a chat with Pamela 
Hearon and Wanda Holmes. 



Social aspects enhance school life. 



DANCES — A TIME FOR RELAXATION 
Dances held often at King Philip are times for stu- 
dents to become better acquainted in an informal and 
happy atmosphere. Records and various instrumental 
combos provide music for dancing. Students have an 
opportunity to relax after days of studying and home- 
work. 



Robert Kenniston and Susan Babel 
enjoy a slow dance on a crowded 
floor. 




Quietly sitting and watching the 
dancers on the floor are Faith 
Hodson and Alan White. 




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Traditional and modern music 




Mr. Raymond Hill, musical director, welcomes the audience to King Philip's annual Christ- 
mas concert. 




Linda Philpin, Marcia Semple, Pamela Hearon, and Mary- 
elayna Reybrock, senior choir members, are spotlighted 
while singing a medley of popular show tunes. 





Band members Donna Nelson, Nicholas Reybrock, and 
Richard Lambert, "take ten". 



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add an aura of cheer to the Christmas season. 





King Philip's combo, The Cherokees with Francis Kennedy on the drums, Richard 
Rogers on the slide trombone, Forest Robinson on the accordian, and Richard 
Lunn on the electric guitar add modern jazz notes to the performance. 



MUSICAL PROGRAM WELL RECEIVED 
On the evening of December 22, 1964, the King Philip band, 
choirs, and The Cherokees joined together to give their annual 
Christmas concert for their fellow students and members of 
the regional communities. This concert, like those of previous 
years, offered a program of modern and traditional Christmas 
music which was, as usual, well received by the attendant audi- 
ence. The success of these concerts is largely dependent upon 
the superior direction of Mr. Raymond Hill and the interest of 
the young people involved. 



Junior choir members: Susan Logan, 
Marcia Micone, and Virginia Binny use 
their scores for an intricate number. 




With Mr. Raymond Hill directing, the band plays the finale at the 1964 Christmas Concert. 



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Mr. George Antrobus, Robert Bennett, and his wife, 
Maggie, Kathleen Chabot, address the public after he 
wins the presidential election. 




Sabina, Dorothy Smith, distraught over her love for Mr. Antro- 
bus asks the help of Esmeralda, Ruth Topham, while a con- 
vener, Gerald Nadeau, looks on. 



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THE CLASS OF 



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The Skin 
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by Thornton Wilder 



Thursday, January 21 

Saturday, January 23 

8:15 p.m. 



Mrs. Antrobus, Kathleen Chabot, comes out of her 
cellar when she hears Sabina moving around above. 





Antrobus, pere and mere, argue about Gladys', Mary Granger's, bright 
red stockings. 



THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH 

This play is an overt satire which depicts man's 
reaction to the stresses and problems of life. 

The character interpretations of the student cast 
were particularly fine and well received by an appre- 
ciative audience. 



CAST 
(in order of appearance) 

Announcer Bill Clark 

Sabina Dorothy Smith 

Mr. Fitzpatrick John Doucette 

Mrs. Antrobus Kathy Chabot 

Dinosaur Mary Lou Bennett 

Mammoth Jean Zaccardi 

Telegraph Boy Joe Collins 

Gladys Mary Granger 

Henry Gene Alsworth 

Mr. Antrobus Bob Bennett 

Doctor Hilary McGrath 

Professor James Crane 

Judge Don Everett 

Homer Ed Sorenson 

Miss E. Muse Linda Gardner 

Miss T. Muse Sandra Leverone 

Miss M. Muse Cheryl Franklin 

Usher Jerry Nadeau 

Usher Dick Lambert 

Drum Majorettes Kathy Payne 

Verna Wyllie 

Girls Lynn Bullock 

Jane Valentine 

Fortune Teller Ruth Topham 

Owner of Taffey Shop Joe Baribault 

Conveeners Dick Lambert 

Don Everett 

Joe Collins 

Jerry Nadeau 

Ed Sorenson 

Defeated Candidate Barry Disnard 

Broadcast Official Hilary McGrath 

Mr. Tremayne Bill Pease 

Hester Debbie Sue Morse 

Ivy Sandra Porter 

Fred Bailey Dick Lambert 

FACULTY ADVISORS 

Committee Coordinator Loretta M. Cimini 

Art Director Carlton W. Nickersori 

Production David M. Sumner 

Tickets Stanley R. Hamilton 



Mrs. Antrobus is incredulous at her huband's "latest" 
invention, the "wheel." 





While Gladys looks on spitefully, Mrs. Antrobus reprimands her 
problem son, Henry, Eugene Alsworth. 



Robert Bennett, still in costume, drops exhausted but still 
smiling into his chair. 




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j'ianchioni served as Miss Nelson's escort. 



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Future civic leaders gain government practice 




Boy's State delegates chosen for top school citizenship are Carlton Cappuccino, class presi- 
dent; Stephen Stafford, varsity athlete; Paul Wickman, varsity athlete; Donald Faulkner, 
athlete and class vice-president; and Donald Everett, a yearbook editor. 

STUDENTS GAIN CITIZENSHIP PRACTICE 

In honor of those students in the junior class who best exemplify good 
citizenship, scholarship, and leadership, the American Legion from each town 
selects boys and girls as delegates to conventions which are held at the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts and Bridgewater State College. 

For a full week in the summer the chosen delegates participate in political 
debates and seminars relating to government. The honored representatives 
gain useful experience and knowledge at these conventions. 



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Norman Carvahlo, student council presi- 
dent and business manager of The Chief- 
tain, was Boy's State alternate from 
Plainville. 





William Rice, James Finley, and Bradley Enegren (missing from 
picture) active members of the class of 1965, were alternates 
to the Boy's State. 



Patricia Hallett, delegate, and Nancy Fuller, alternate, top 
scholars in the class of 1965, were chosen to represent King 
Philip at Bridgewater State College for the Girl's State Conven- 
tion. 



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SENIORS 





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Feats of skill and acts of bravery warranted 
the chief's bonnet for the Indian warrior. 

Unlike the young braves who depended so 
much on physical prowess, the King Philip 
senior achieves his cap and gown for mental 
prowess and a sense of social responsibility. 



Our past is in God's Keeping, 




One of the most arduous and im- 
portant tasks of Carleton Cap- 
puccino, president, and Catherine 
Sharon, treasurer, is the responsi- 
bility of collecting and spending of 
all class monies 



Donald Faulkner, vice-president, 
stands by to check over the min- 
utes of the last class meeting, as 
written by Kathleen Wojciechowski, 
secretary. 



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ACCOMPLISHMENT AND SERVICE KEYNOTE 
SENIOR CLASS 



Three mathematics instructors, Mr. Robert Perry, Mr. Anthony DiRe, and 
Mrs. Lydia Fisher, along with Mr. Robert Creighton, of the science De- 
partment, make up the advisory group for the senior class. 



Seniors in the class of 1965 have proved themselves 
worthy of the chief's bonnet, for they have developed 
greatly in mind, heart, and spirit. Individual and group 
achievements attest to their accomplishments in the 
classroom, in sports, and in school and community serv- 
ice. 

Included in the one hundred eighty-seven seniors, are 
two who have received letters of commendation from the 
National Merit Scholarship Committee, one who, as a 
sophomore, won a four year scholarship for excellence 
in dramatic reading, a winner of the Bausch and Lomb 
award in science, five who hold honor keys for academic 
excellence, and twenty eight who are members of the 
National Honor Society. 

Among many capable varsity players, is one who has 
been named all-league star in football. Several served 
their community doing volunteer work at the Wrentham 
State School and Pondville Hospital; others have served 
their school and demonstrated leadership in student 
government and student activities. 





To James Finley, Thomas Blaisdell, Susan Manning, Dorothy Smith, 
William Rice, Lois Evans, Beverly Begor, Jean Farrar, Nila Bouchard, 
and Mark Peckham, members of the senior class council, goes the 
responsibility of planning all senior activities. 



The Class of 


1965 has the distinction of numbering among its mem- 


i bers, five holders of 


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MARY ELIZABETH ALLEN 
Dramatics 3; French Club 3,4; 
Smoke Signals 1,2,3,4; Junior 
Honor Society 1,2,3; Gradua- 
tion Usherette 2. 



EUGENE EARL ALSWORTH 
Latin Club 2; Golf 3,4. 




our future at his mercy. 



IVAN FREDERICK APSIT 
Spanish Club 1; Smoke Signals 
1,2; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Golf 3,4. 






DALE ASHMAN 
Chieftain 3,4; Business Man- 
ager 4; Honor Society, Junior 1, 
2, Senior 3,4; Girls' Basketball 1; 
Field Hockey 3; Gymnastics 1, 
2,3; Modern Language Club 1. 




KATHLEEN TERESA 
ASHWORTH 
Chieftain, Business Staff 4; 
Fashion Show 1,3,4; Spanish 
Club, President 2; Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Smoke Signals 1,2; 
Modern Language 1; Senior 
Play Committee 4. 



CLAIRE ASSETTA 
Fashion Show 1,2; Spanish 
Club 2. 




Nila Bouchard and Linda Gardner prove by their ex- 
pressions that morning announcements can be pleas- 
ant. 





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LANCE M. AUTHELET 
Band 1,2; Dramatics 1,2,3; 
Smoke Signals 1; Basketball 1,2; 
Football 1,2,3; Track 1; Tennis 
1,2,3,4. 




SUZANNE MARIE BABEL 
Art Club 3,4; Chieftain, Busi- 
ness Staff 4; Science Fair 1; 
Student Council 4; Bowling 4. 



SARAH JANE BAKER 
Senior Choir 1,2; Fashion 3,4; 
Future Nurses 1,2; French Club 
1; Junior Prom Committee 3. 




Knowledge, guidance, 



SUSAN E. BAMBERY 
Senior Choir 1; Dramatics 1; 
Fashion Show 3,4; Future 
Nurses 1,2; Future Teachers 4; 
Modern Language Club 1; Sci- 
ence Fair 4; Softball 1,2. 





JOSEPH 0. BARIBEAULT 
Dramatics 1; Prom Committee 
3; Smoke Signals 4; Baseball 1; 
Basketball 1,2,3; Football 1,2; 
Gymnastics 1,2; Senior Play 4. 




SUSAN JANE BAXTER 
Chieftain, Business Staff 4; Sen- 
ior Choir 1,2; Dramatics 1,2; 
Future Teachers 4; French Club 
2,3,4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Science Fair 1,2; Basketball 
1,2; Tennis 1,2,4. 



DOROTHY ANN BEARD 
Chieftain, Business Staff 4; 
Senior Choir 1,4; Fashion Show 
4; Future Nurses 2,3,4; Spanish 
2; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Smoke Signals 1; Student 
Council Treasurer 4. 




BRUCE BEAVER 





BEVERLY ANN BEGOR 
Class Council 4; Basketball 1,2,- 
3, Co-Captain 4; Field Hockey 1, 
2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4. 



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CHRISTINE BENNETT 
Future Nurses 1; Senior Honor 
Society 3; Latin Club 1. 



MARY LOU BENNETT 
Choir 1; Class Council 2,3; 
Prom Committee 3; Smoke Sig- 
nals 1; Student Council 1; Gym- 
nastics 2,4; Senior Play 4; Mod- 
ern Language Club 1. 




sportsmanship, and friendships 



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ROBERT EDWARD BENNETT 
Band 1,2,3,4; Senior Choir 4; 
Dramatics 1,2,3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Student Council 
3,4,. Vice President 4; Basket- 
ball 1; Football 1; Tennis 1,2,3, 
4; Senior Play 4. 




KENDRA JEAN BLACK 
Senior Choir 1; Fashion Show 
1,3,4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Honor Society, Junior 1,2,3, 
4; Senior Play 4. 




THOMAS EVAN BLAISDELL 
Chieftain Business Staff 4; 
Class Council 4; Debate Club 
1; Future Teachers 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Baseball Manager 
2,3; Basketball Manager 2,3,4; 
Football 1,2,3,4; Reception 
Committee 3. 



STEVEN BOLDUC 




NILA MARIE BOUCHARD 
Senior Choir 1,2; Class Counci 
4; Junior Prom Committee 3 
Cheerleading, Football 1,2,3 
Basketball 1,2,3; Gymnastics 1 
Secretary 2,3; Senior Recep 
tion 3. 




Dorothy Smith, winner of a Suffolk University 
scholarship for excellence in dramatic reading, 
smiles happily upon learning that she has won 
membership in the Senior Class Council. 



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FRANCINE JANE BREED 
Senior Choir 1,3; Class Council 
3; Smoke Signals 1,2; Gymnas- 
tics 1. 





MARJORIE BREMILST 
Senior Choir 1,2; Dramatics 3; 
Future Teachers 4; Latin Club 
1,2; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Graduation Usherette 2,3; Hon- 
or Society, Junior 1,2; Senior 3, 
4; Drill Team 1. 



learned, earned, and en]oye< 




CLAUDIA BROWN 
Senior Choir 1. 



JACQUELYN G. BULLOCK 
Senior Choir 1; Fashion Show 2; 
French Club 1; Football Cheer- 
leading 3; Captain 4; Gymnastic 
Club, President 4. 




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Hockey Coach, business teacher, driver education 
instructor, and Senior Class advisor, Mr. Robbins, 
is one of the better known faculty members. 





GAIL BURNETT 



ROY FRANCIS BURT 
Baseball 2,3,4; Bowling Club 3. 




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CARLETON CHARLES 
CAPPUCCINO 
Class Council 1,2; Dramatics 3; 
Latin Club, Treasurer 3,4; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee 3; Key 
Club 3,4; Honor Society, Jun- 
ior 1,2; Senior 3,4; President 2, 
3; Hockey 1,2,3; Class President 
3,4; State Fair 3; Science Fair 
1,2,3,4; Boys' State Delegate 3; 
Regional Science Fair 2,3. 





NORMAN GEORGE CARVALHO 
Chieftain, Business Staff 4; Ad- 
vertising Manager, Debate Club 
2; Library Council 1; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Student 
Council 1,2,3,4; President 4; 
Boys' State Alternate 3. 



at King Philip 




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BARBARA ANNE CASPER 
Future Nurses 2. 



KATHLEEN ANN CHABOT 
Chieftain, Business Staff 3,4 
Senior Choir 1; Class Council 1 
Dramatics 3; Fashion Show 4 
Future Nurses 2,3,4; Latin Club 
1,2; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Honor Society, Junior 1,2; Sen- 
ior 3,4; Cheerleading 3,4; Senior 
Play 4. 




STEVEN WILLIAM CHAFFEE 





GRACE ELIZABETH CHOMA 
Senior Choir 1,2,3,4; A Capella 
4; Dramatics 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Science Fair 1. 




WILLIAM JAMES CLARK 
AVA Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; 
Senior Choir 1,4; Senior Play 4; 
Future Teachers 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Track 3,4. 



GERALD HENRY CLARK 
Bowling 3, Trophy. 




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JOSEPH COLLINS 
Senior Play 4; Track 4. 



PETER RICHARD CONANT 




are our escorts 



JOYCE CLAIRE COOK 
Fashion Show 2,4; Future 
Nurses 3,4; Secretary 4; French 
Club 3; Library Council 2,4. 




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STARR EDNA COOK 
Senior Choir 1,2; Fashion Show 
1,2,3,4; Future Nurses 1,2. 




JAMES CRANE 
Senior Choir 2; Senior Play 4. 



ALAN DANIELS 




JACK DECRISTOFARO 





ROSEMARY E. DEPTULA 
Fashion Show 1; Future Nurses 
2; Latin Club 2; Science Fair 1; 
Gymnastics 1. 



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MADELINE L DESCHAMPS 
Fashion Show 2; Senior Choir 1. 



BARRY S. DISNARD 
Senior Play 4; Baseball 1; Bas- 
ketball 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 
1,2. 




to the future. 



ELLEN DONOVAN 
Senior Choir 1; Fashion Show 
1,2,3,4. 





JOHN PAUL DOUCETTE 
Band 1,2,3,4; Senior Choir 3; 
French Club 1; Science Fair 1; 
Senior Play 4. 




ROGER M. DRAHEIM 



SUSAN ELLEN DRIGGERS 
Basketball 2,3,4. 




BRADLEY ENEGREN 
AVA Club 1; Chieftain Business 
Staff 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Boys' State Alternate 3; Ten- 
nis 2,3,4. 




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Interest in art education is evinced by two non-art sen- 
iors, Julia MacDonnell and William Rice. 




LOIS E. EVANS 
Senior Choir 1,2; Class Council 
2,3,4; Fashion Show 1; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Cheerlead- 
ing, Football 2, Basketball 2,3; 
Senior Reception 3. 





DONALD WALLACE EVERETT, 
JR. 
Chieftain, Events Editor 4; Dra- 
matics 3; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Modern Language Club 1; 
Track 3,4; Senior Reception 3; 
Boys' State 3; Senior Play 4. 



Many graduates 




JEAN LOUISE FARRAR 
Senior Choir 1,2; Class Council 
2,4; Future Nurses 2; Spanish 
Club 2; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Gymnastics 1,2. 



DONALD HENRY FAULKNER 
Class Council 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Boys' State Dele- 
gate 3; Class President 2; Class 
Vice-President 4; Baseball 1,2, 
3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Captain 4; 
Hockey 1,2,3,4; Hockomock All- 
League 1st Baseman 3. 




ROSALTHIE LOUISE FAWCETT 
Chieftain, Business Staff 3,4; 
Senior Choir 1,2,3,4; Future 
Teachers 1,2,3,4; Honor Society, 
Junior, 2,3. 





JAMES A. FIN LEY, JR. 
Class Council 1,4; Dramatics 3; 
Prom Committee 3; Smoke Sig- 
nals 1; Boys' State Alternate 3; 
Honor Society, Junior 1,2, Sen- 
ior 3,4; Vice-President 4; Base- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; 
Class Vice-President 2. 



Who would expect that Donald Faulkner, hockey player 
and co-captain of the 1964 football team, could dance 
so gracefully with Frederick Goodwin and Geraldine 
Grant during the King Philip in Action program? 




EUGENE CHARLES FITCH 
Senior Choir 1; Class Council 1; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Track 2,3. 



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LINDA J. FITZGERALD 
Senior Choir 1; Fashion Show 3. 





EDITH FLUCK 
Chieftain, Editorial Staff 3; 
Choir 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2,3, 
President 4; Junior Prom Corrh 
mittee 3; Smoke Signals 2,4; 
Honor Society, Junior 2, Senior 
3,4; Massachusetts Youth Con- 
ference 3. 



in the Class of 1 965 




PENELOPE DIANE FORSYTH 
Senior Choir 1; Future Nurses 
2,3,4; French Club 1; Smoke 
Signals 4; Gymnastics 1. 



CHERYL ANN FRANKLIN 
Senior Choir 1,2; Fashion Show 
1,2,4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Smoke Signals 1. 





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GREGORY FRANKLIN 
Baseball 3,4; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; 
Gymnastics 1,2,3. 








WALTER F. FRENCH, JR. 
Latin Club 4; Science Fair 1; 
Smoke Signals 2,4; Baseball 1,- 
2,4; Football 1. 




LYNNE DIANNE FROST 
Senior Choir 1; Dramatics 1; 
Fashion Show 2; Future Teach- 
ers, Planning Committee 4; 
French Club 1; Bowling Team 3. 



NANCY FULLER 
Senior Choir 1,2,3,4; French 
Club 3,4; Smoke Signals 1,2,3, 
4, Editor 4; Key Club 3,4; Girls' 
State Alternate 3; Honor Soci- 
ety, Junior 1,2, Senior 3,4; A 
Cappella Choir 3,4. 




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GAIL HELEN GARDNER 
Future Nurses 2,3, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Smoke Signals 1,2,3; 
Honor Society, Senior 3,4; 
Graduation Usherette 3. 



LINDA GARDNER 
Senior Choir 1; Dramatics 2,3; 
Future Teachers 1,2,4; Planning 
Committee 4. 




anticipate professional, academic. 



FREDERICK LAWRENCE 
GOODWIN, JR. 
Chieftain 3,4; Co-Editor 4; Senior 
Choir 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 
3,4; Dramatics 3,4; Future 
Teachers 4; French Club 1,2,3,4 
Junior Prom Committee 3 
Smoke Signals 2; Honor Soci 
ety, Junior 1,2; Senior 3,4 
Graduation Usher 3; Senior 
Play, Student Director 4; 
Speech Award 1. 





MARY F. GRANGER 
Senior Choir 1,2; Fashion Show 
1; French Club 1; Cheerleading, 
Football 4; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4; 
Softball 1,2; Drill Team 1. 




GERALDINE ANNE GRANT 
Senior Choir 1,2; Chieftain, 
Business Staff 3; Dramatics 3; 
Latin Club 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Smoke Signals 1,2,4; 
Senior Reception 3. 



SHARON LYNN GRAVES 
Senior Choir 3,4; Fashion Show 
3,4. 




PATRICIA MARY HALLETT 
Chieftain, Senior Editor 4; Class 
Council 2; Dramatics 3; Latin 
Club 2; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Smoke Signals 2,3; Honor 
Society, Junior 1,2; Senior 3, 
President, 4; Student Exchange, 
St. Mary's 3; Girls' State Dele- 
gate 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Senior 
Play, Prompter 4. 





KATHLEEN ANN HAMILTON 
Senior Choir 1; Fashion Show 1; 
Gymnastics 1. 



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WILLIAM P. HAMILTON 
Debate Club 2; Science Fair 1; 
Football 1; Chef's Club 1. 



ROSS C. HANCOCK 




technical, and business careers, 



MARTHA J. HAZLETT 
Chieftain, Editorial Staff 4; Sen- 
ior Choir 1,2,3,4; Future Teach- 
ers 1,2,4; French Club 1,2,3,4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Hon- 
or Society, Junior 1,2; Senior 3, 
4. 





MICHAEL HEARON 
Senior Choir 1,2; Spanish Club 
1; Football 3. 




WILLIAM J. HESSION 
Baseball 3; Bowling 3. 



LINDA DIANE HODSON 
Chieftain, Business Staff 4; Sen- 
ior Choir 1,2; Fashion Show 1,- 
2,3,4; Future Nurses 1,2; 
Smoke Signals 1; Senior Play 
Committee 4; Make-up Commit- 
tee 3. 




ROBERT HOPKINS 
French Club 1; Chefs Club 1. 




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Mrs. Stephens is cordially welcomed to the Parents' 
Night program by two outstanding seniors, Frederick 
Goodwin and Carleton Cappuccino. 




ALDEN L. HURDER, JR. 
Smoke Signals 1. 





ROBERT J. HURKETT 
Spanish Club 3; Bowling Team 
3. 



Others will enter 




ALMA JEAN IRELAND 
Future Nurses 1. 



DOROTHY JO IRELAND 
Senior Choir 2,3,4; Future 
Nurses 2,4. 




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CAROLYN ALICE J EN NESS 
Senior Choir 1,2; Dramatics 2; 
Fashion Show 3,4. 




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RICHARD JOST 
Class Council 2; Spanish Club 
1. 



William Wagner and Paulette Watremez are totally unaware 
that they are about to be tapped for class dues by Catherine 
Sharon, treasurer. 




ALEDA KAHLER 
Art Club 1; Senior Choir 3; 
French Club 2; Drill Team 1; 
Science Fair 2. 




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RUSSELL KEMPTON 
AVA Club 1,2,3,4. 





ROBERT KENISTON 
Track 1,2,3; Gymnastics 1. 



the services of our country. 




FRANCIS J. KENNEDY 
Band 1,2,3,4; Senior Choir 3,4; 
Dramatics 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Science Fair 1,2,4; 
Cherokee Dance Band 3,4. 



RICHARD F. LAMBERT 
Band 1,2,3,4; Chieftain, Busi- 
ness Staff 4; Senior Choir 1; 
Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1; 
Football 1; Tennis 3,4; Repre- 
sentative Massachusetts Youth 
Conference 3. 




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ROY A. LAMBERT 
WKPH 1,2,3. 





DIANE LANDRY 
Senior Choir 1; Class Council 2; 
Future Teachers 1,2; Spanish 
Club 1,2; Gymnastics 1,2; Sen- 
ior Play Committee 4. 




EDWARD JAMES LANG 
Band 1; Science Fair 1. 



CHARLES E. LANGILLE 




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JOYCE LAPIERRE 
French Club 1; Student Council 
2,3,4; Basketball 1. 



BARBARA ANN LARSEN 
Art Club 4; Senior Choir 1; 
Fashion Show 1; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Science Fair 1; 
Gymnastics 1,4; Drill Team 1; 
Cheerleading, Basketball 4. 







Several will become 



MARIE AGNES LECLAIR 
Art Club 4; Senior Choir 1,2; 
Science Fair 1; Basketball 1. 




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SANDRA LEVERONE 
Senior Choir 1; Fashion Show 1; 
Future Teachers 2,4; French 
Club 1; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Field Hockey 3; Gymnastics 
1,2,3,4; Drill Team 1; Cheer- 
leading, Basketball 4, Captain. 





PAUL LEWICKI CAROL LIGHTFOOT 

Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,4; Senior Choir 1,2; Fashion Show 
Senior Choir 1,2. 1,2,3,4. 




ELLEN M. LONGMOORE 
Senior Choir 2; Future Nurses 
4; Spanish Club 1; Basketball 2, 
Manager 3; Field Hockey 2,3; 
Gymnastics, Manager 3; Drill 
Team 1. 





ALDA MARIE LUMNAH 
Chieftain, Business Staff 3,4; 
Senior Choir 1,2,3,4; French 
Club 2,3; Latin Club 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Key Club 2, 
3,4; Honor Society, Junior 1,2; 
Senior 3,4. 



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SHARON ANN LUNN 
Chieftain, Business Staff 3,4; 
Senior Choir 1,2,3,4; Class 
Council 1; Dramatics 3; French 
Club 1,2; Smoke Signals 1,2,3; 
Key Club 1,2,3,4; Honor Soci- 
ety, Junior 1,2, Senior 3,4, Sec- 
retary, 3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Gradu- 
ation Usherette 3; Senior Play 
Committee 4. 



LORRAINE C. MACAIONE 
Senior Choir 1; Fashion Show 1, 
2,3,4; Gymnastics 1,2. 




carpenters and machinists. 



JULIA MacDONNELL 
Chieftain, Editorial Staff 3, Co- 
editor 4; Senior Choir 1,2; Dra- 
matics 1,2,3,4; French Club 3,4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Stu- 
dent Council 1,2,3; Honor Soci- 
ety, Junior 2, Senior 3,4; Cheer- 
leading, Football 1, Basketball 1; 
Gymnastics 2,3. 





LOUISE E. MACHADO 
Senior Choir 1; Fashion Show 1, 
2,3,4; French Club 1; Gymnas- 
tics 1,2,4. 




JOYCE E. MacNEIL 
Senior Choir -2,3,4; Fashion 
Show 2; Spanish Club 2; Smoke 
Signals 1. 



RICHARD MANCHESTER 




SUSAN ELIZABETH MANNING 
Art Club 1,3,4; Chieftain, Art 
Staff 4; Senior Choir 1; Class 
Council 4; Dramatics 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Science 
Fair 1; Basketball 1; Field Hock- 
ey 1; Softball 1. 




Katherine Simmons personifies total dedication to the sub- 
ject at hand. 



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GEOFFREY MARKS 
Hockey 4. 





CHERYL ANN MARTIN 
Senior Choir 1. 



Accomplishment 




ROGER MARTIN 
Hockey 1,2,3. 



MICHELETHERESE 
MARTUCCI 
Chieftain, Business Staff 4; Sen- 
ior Choir 1; Fashion Show 1,2, 
3,4; Smoke Signals 1. 




KATHLEEN M. MCCARTHY 
Fashion Show 1; Junior Prom 
Committee 3. 




Sharon Lunn and Dorothy Beard are completely ab- 
sorbed in their work, despite a crowded table in a 
crowded study hall. 





MICHAEL JOSEPH 

McCULLOUGH 

Class Council 1,2; Dramatics 1; 

Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 

3,4; Football 1,3. 



HILARY McGRATH 
Dramatics 2,3,4. 




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JEAN M. McMORROW 
Chieftain, Business Staff 3, Sub- 
scription Manager 4; Senior 
Choir 1,3,4; Fashion Show 1; Fu- 
ture Teachers 1,2,3, President 4; 
French Club 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Smoke Signals 1; 
Senior Reception 3; Drill Team 
1. 





LINDA LOU McMULLIN 
Fashion Show 1; Junior Prom 
Committee 3. 



in these fields of endeavor 




KATHLEEN ANNE McPHEE 
Senior Choir 1; Fashion Show 
1,2,3,4. 



JEAN MARIE MEAU 
Chieftain, Business Staff 3,4; 
Fashion Show 1,4; Future Teach- 
ers 2,3; French Club 1,2,3; 
Smoke Signals 2,3; Senior 
Honor Society 3,4; Senior Play 
Committee 4. 




DEBBY-SUE MORSE 
Art Club 4; Senior Choir 1,2; 
Fashion Show 1; Future Nurses 
1,2. 





PATRICIA LOUISE MULLEN 
Chieftain Business Staff 4; Sen- 
ior Choir 1; Fashion Show 1,4; 
Future Nurses 1,2; Make-up 
Committee 3; Intramural Sports 
2; Bowling Team 3; Bowling Tro- 
phy 3. 




ANTHONY MURRAY 
Football 3. 



JO ELLEN MYERS 
Field Hockey 1, Co-Captain J.V.; 
Softball 1,2,3. 







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GERALD EDWARD NADEAU 
Junior Prom Committee 3. 



WILLIAM NELSON 




will reflect 



MICHELE CLAIRE NEVEUX 
Chieftain, Business Staff 4; 
Fashion Show 3,4; Dramatics 3; 
French Club 4. 





EDWARD P. O'NEIL 




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GARY LEE OZIAS 
Art Club 1; Latin Club 2,3, Sec- 
retary 3; Cross-country 3,4, Cap- 
tain 4; Track 2,3,4, Captain 4. 



STEPHAN EDWARD PAGE 




DEBORAH PAQUIN 
Chieftain, Business Staff 4; Sen- 
ior Choir 1; Future Nurses 1,4; 
French Club 1; Bowling Team 3; 
Make-up Committee 3. 





EDNA JOYCE PARM ENTER 
Senior Choir 1,2; Dramatics 2; 
Smoke Signals 1; Future Nurses 
2. 



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JAMES PASQUANTONIO 
Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,4. 



KATHERINE ANN PAYNE 
Senior Choir 1; Fashion Show 
1,2,3,4; Future Nurses 1,2,3,4; 
Field Hockey 1. 




y he cultural and practical strengths 



ANNE PAZURCHEK 
Band 4; Chieftain, Editorial 
Staff 4; Senior Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Dramatics 3; Future Teachers 4; 
French Club 1,2,3,4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Smoke Sig- 
nals 1,2,4; Senior Reception 3; 
Drill Team 1; Senior Play Com- 
mittee 4. 







WILLIAM MONROE PEASE 
Senior Choir 1,2,3,4; French 
Club 3; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Honor Society, Junior 2; Sen- 
ior 3,4, Executive Committee 4; 
A Cappella Choir 3,4; Ski Club 
4; Senior Play 4. 




DOROTHY GAIL PECK 
Senior Choir 1,2,3; Dramatics 3; 
Fashion Show 1,4; French Club 
1,2; Smoke Signals 1,2,3; Sen- 
ior Play Committee 4. 



MARK PECKHAM 
Class Council 2,3,4; Football 1, 
2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4; Track 1,2, 
3,4; Student Council 1. 




MARTHA LEE PECKHAM 
Senior Choir 1; Fashion Show 1, 
2,3,4; Field Hockey 1; Softball 1. 




Mr. John Dwyer, social studies teacher and senior 
class advisor, waits with Catherine Sharon, treasurer, 
to count receipts from the first dance of the season. 






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EDWARD C. PERRY 
AVA Club 1,2,3,4; Class Council 
3; Baseball 1; Football 1,2,3,4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Stage Lighting 1,2,3,4. 





JOSEPH PETECKI 



of the academic and vocational programs 




DANA PETERSEN CAROL ANNE PHILPIN 

Student Council 1,2,3; Basket- Fashion Show 4; Future Nurses 
ball 2,3,4; Track 1,2. 3,4; Art Club 4. 




CAROLYN ANNE PICARD 
French Club 3,4; Basketball 2,3, 
4; Field Hockey 3, Co-Captain 
4; Softball 3. 





SANDRA DARLENE PORTER 
Chieftain, Editorial Staff 4; 
Class Council 1,3; Dramatics 3; 
Future Teachers 2,4; French 
Club 1; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Student Council 2; Basket- 
ball 3; Senior Reception 3. 



For first time public performers, Carleton Cappuccino, 
"Father Time," and James Finley, "Lunatictock," turned 
in a surprisingly humorous performance as two of the 
"voices" in the 1964 dramatic production, Upon This 
Bank. 



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WALTER L. PRESTON 
Baseball 2; Hockey 2,3,4. 



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THOMAS PROBERT 
Cross-country 1,2,3; Track 2,3; 
Hockey 3,4; Science Fair 1,2,3, 
4. 





HENRY M. RAVINSKI 



offered at King Philip. 




WILLIAM AMES RICE 
Chieftain, Sports Editor 4; Class 
Council 2,3,4; Class Vice-Presi- 
dent 1; Dramatics 1; French Club 
2; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Senior Reception, Chairman 3; 
Boys' State Alternate 3; Stu- 
dent Exchange to St. Mary's 3; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1, 
2,3,4; Co-Captain 4; Football 1, 
2,3,4; Co-Captain 3,4; Coach of 
Freshman Football Team 4. 



LINDA JEANNE RICHARDSON 
Senior Choir 1; Dramatics 3; 
French Club 1,2,3; Spanish 
Club 1,2,3; Science Fair 1; Hon- 
or Society, Junior 1,2; Senior 3, 
4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Gymnas- 
tics 1,2,3; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Drill 
Team 1. 




SUSAN JOY RIZZO 
Art Club 1,2,3,4; Senior Choir 
1,2; French Club 2,3. 





FORREST ROBINSON 
Cherokees Dance Band 3,4. 




PAUL EDWARD WILLIAM 
ROBINSON 
Band 1,2,3,4; Senior Choir 3,4; 
Dramatics 3; Track 2. 



SUSAN ELIZABETH ROGERS 
Chieftain, Business Staff 3; 
Senior Choir 1,2; Future Nurses 
2,3,4; Latin Club, Secretary 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Sen- 
ior Reception 3; Cheerleading, 
Football 2,3; Basketball 2. 




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RICHARD ROGERS 
Band 1,2,3,4; Senior Choir 4; 
Dramatics 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Cherokees Dance 
Band 3,4. 



JAMES ALDEN ROSE 
Baseball 4; Spanish award 3. 




King Philip and his warriors relied 



MARIE CHRISTINE ROWLAND 
Chieftain, Editorial Staff 3; Ac- 
tivities Editor 4; Dramatics 1,3; 
Latin Club 2,3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Smoke Signals 1, 
2,3,4, Editorial Staff 3,4; Honor 
Society, Junior 1,2; Senior 3,4; 
Key Club 1,2,3,4; National Po- 
etry Winner 3; Graduation Usher- 
ette 2; Senior Play, Student Di- 
rector 4. 





VIRGINIA MARGARET 
SAMPSON 
Chieftain, Business Staff 4; 
Senior Choir 1; Fashion Show 1, 
2,3,4; Senior Honor Society 3,4; 
Senior Play Committee. 







CATHERINE SHARON 
Senior Choir 1; Class Council 1; 
Future Teachers 1,2; French 
Club 1,2; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Smoke Signals 1; Class 
Treasurer 2,3,4; Delegate Tufts 
Seminar Conference 3. 



PRESTON F. SAMSEL 
Junior Prom Committee 
Hockey 1,3; Tennis 3,4. 



3; 



RICHARD A. SEBASTIAO 
Band 1; Class Council 1,3,4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Track 
1,2,3,4; Senior Reception 3; 
Student Exchange to St. Mary's 
3. 






KATHERINE F. SIMMONS 
Art Club 2,3; Spanish Club 3. 



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BRUCE MARK SMITH 
French Club 3; Smoke Signals 
1; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 4; Football 
1,2,3,4. 



DOROTHY ANN SMITH 
Chieftain, Business Staff 4; 
Senior Choir 1,2; Class Council 
2,4; Debate Club 1,2,3,4; Dra- 
matics 1,2,3; French Club 1,2; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Sci- 
ence Fair 1; Smoke Signals 1; 
Cheerleading, Basketball 2, 
Football 2; Softball 1; Class 
Secretary 1; Class Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Senior Play 4; Speech: 
State runner-up 2; American Le- 
gion 2nd place 1,2; Suffolk 
Speech Scholarship 2; Judge, 
Shrewsbury Speech Contest 3. 




on physical prowess and primitive weapons; 



LINDA SNELL 
Senior Choir 1; Dramatics 3; 
Fashion Show 1; Future Teach- 
ers 4; Latin Club 2,3, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Senior Honor Society 3,4; 
Treasurer 4. 




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PATRICIA F. SNOW 
Fashion Show 1; Library Coun- 
cil 1; Cafeteria worker 1. 




Charm and efficiency are portrayed by Kathleen 
Ashworth, busily stirring frosting for the cake. 



MARGARET SOARES 
Senior Choir 1,2; Fashion Show 
1,2; Future Nurses 1,2,3,4. 



STEPHEN E. STAFFORD 
Class Council 1,2; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Honor Society, 
Junior 2; Senior 3,4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Boys' State Delegate 3; 
Baseball 1,4; Basketball 1,2,3, 
4; Football 1; Track 1; Class 
President 1. 





131 



CHERYL L. STEWART 
Fashion Show 1,2,3,4; Future 
Nurses 2; French Club 1; Gym- 
nastics 1. 





PHILIP TAGERMAN 
Chefs Club 1; Chess Club 1. 



the 1965 graduates rely on knowledge, 




RUTH ELIZABETH TOPHAM 
Band 3,4; Chieftain, Business 
Staff 4; Senior Choir 1,2,3,4; A 
Cappella Choir 3,4; Dramatics 
3; Future Teachers 1; French 
Club 1,2,3,4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Honor Society, Junior 
2; Senior 3,4; Graduation Ush- 
erette 3. 



JOAN MARIE TREMBLAY 
Future Nurses 2,3,4; President 
4; Latin Club 3,4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Smoke Signals 3; 
Honor Society, Senior 3,4. 




FRED TRUE 
Band 2,3,4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Football 3; Track 3. 





KATHLEEN LOIS ULRICH 
Future Nurses 1,2,3,4. 



Beneath the Abraham Lincoln make-up, you will 
find Paul Wickman, football player, co-captain of 
the basketball team and track and tennis star, 
turning in a creditable dramatic performance. 




JANE ELIZABETH VALENTINE 
Band 3,4; Senior Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Dramatics 3; Future Teachers 4; 
French Club 1,2,3,4; Smoke 
Signals 2,4; Honor Society, Jun- 
ior 1,2,3; Senior Reception 3. 




132 



WILLIAM WAGNER 





NANCY WAMBOLT 
Future Teachers 2,4; French 
Club 1,4. 



social and legal justice, and God's mercy. 





ARTHUR WENDELL 

WASHBURN, III 

Band 1,2,3,4; Senior Choir 3,4; 

Latin Club 1; Science Fair 4; 

Track 3,4. 



PAULETTE MARIE WATREMEZ 
Senior Choir 1; Future Nurses 2, 
3,4; Treasurer 4; French Club 
1,2,3; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Careers in Mental Health 4; 
Senior Play Committee. 




DONALD P. WEBBER 
Football 1,2,3,4. 





ALEXANDER WHYTE 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4. 




PAUL WICKMAN 
Class Council 2,3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Student Council 
1,2,3; Boys' State Delegate 3; 
Honor Society, Junior 1,2; Sen- 
ior 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Foot- 
ball 2,4; Track 3,4; Tennis 1,2; 
Northeastern Youth Citizenship 
Conference 3. 



PAULINE WILKINSON 
Senior Choir 1; Class Council 3; 
Fashion Show 4; Future Nurses 
2; French Club 3,4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; WKPH 1,2; 
Smoke Signals 1; Honor Society, 
Senior 3,4. 




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DEBORAH WILLIAMS 
Chieftain Business Staff 4; Sen- 
ior Choir 4; Future Teachers 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Hon- 
or Society 3,4. 





MARION LOUISE WILSON 



to meet our intellectual and moral challenges. 




ROBERT WINN 
Basketball 2; Football 1,2,3. 



KATHLEEN MARIE 
WOJCIECHOWSKI 
Chieftain, Editorial Staff 4; Sen- 
ior Choir 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 3; 
Future Teachers 3,4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; French Club 1,2,3,4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Smoke Signals 3,4; Basketball 3, 
4; Gymnastics 2; Class Secretary 
4. 




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An added attraction at the Junior Prom was a 
birthday cake for Paul Wickman. 




JEANNE ZACCARDI 
Senior Choir 1; Fashion Show 1. 



VERNA MARGARET WYLLIE 
Art Club 1,2,3; Senior Choir 1, 
2; Fashion Show 1,2,3,4; Future 
Nurses 1,2,3,4. 




134 






Seniors then . . . 



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Apparently the artist's caricatures amused Robert Bennett and Nila Bou- 
chard. 




Did Carleton Cappuccino, seventh-grader, 
realize that he would graduate as senior 
class president? 






Efficient now and efficient then, were the eighth-grade class 
officers: Mary-Lou Bennett, secretary Sharon Lunn, vice-presi- 
dent; and Edith Fluck, treasurer. 




Donald Everett and Richard Sebastiao, good students that 
they are, manifested an early interest in books. 



and now 




Marie Rowland gets our vote for typical American 
high school senior. 



In accordance with an ancient German custom, Linda Snell, Patricia Hallett, 
and Donald Faulkner, participate in the ceremony devoted to the lighting of the 
candles on the Advent wreath. 



135 






EPILOGUE 



Indian world and modem space age are centuries apart, yet 
the two have much in common, as it is hoped, The Chieftain 
staff editors have shown in the analogous use of meaningful 
symbols from the time of King Philip. 

Indian chiefs hoped to raise young warriors who would be 
skilled, strong, and courageous enough to meet the challenges 
of their time. By the same token, administrators and faculty 
members hope to educate young students so that they will be 
mentally, physically, morally, and socially equipped to face suc- 
cessfully the challenges of the world and time in which they 
live. 







136 



AD VER TISEMENTS 





Indian wealth and economy was measured 
to a degree, by the amount of wampum 
possessed. It was the medium of exchange. 
The Chieftain's wealth and financial success is 
dependent upon local advertisers and patrons. 



Photography by Vantine 



PLAINVILLE DRUG 

122 South Street, Plainville, Mass. 

A. G. Nadeem, E. Cardozo 
Registered Pharmacists 


A&J 
TOOL & FINDINGS CO., INC. 

Metal Specialties 

6 West Bacon Street 

Plainville, Mass. 

Tel. My 5-6631 — My 5-521 1 


Best Wishes to the Class of 
1965 

FALK'S MARKET and GENERAL STORE 


SANDY'S RESTAURANT 

U.S. Rt. 1, Plainville, Mass. 


DON'S 5 & 10 

"The One Stop Family Store That 
Makes Shopping a Pleasure" 


STARDUST MOTOR INN 

U.S. Route 1 

Wrentham. Mass. 

Merrill S. Baxter, Manager 


DON'S DINER 

Don's Industrial Caterers 

Plainville 

Catering for Parties and all Occasions 


DON ROBINSON 

Real Estate and Insurance 

Sales — Rentals — Custom Construction — 

Property Management 

1 1 7 South Street 33 Elizabeth Street 
Plainville, Mass. Attleboro, Mass. 
699-4455-4456 222-4747 



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LANDRY BROS., INC. 

Masonry Contractors 

Main St. 

Norfolk, Mass. 

528-0339 


FRATES DAIRY BAR 

Specializing in 

Steakburgers with Fried Onions 

and Quick Snacks 

Route 1 , Plainville, Mass. 

My 5-9054 


OX YOKE KENNELS 

Saint Bernards 
for 
Pets or Show 

My 5-6395 

6 Messenger Street Plainville, Mass. 


Our Best Wishes to the class of 1 965 

WRENTHAM INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 

Insurance of all kinds 

ULLA M. POND 

Ev 4-2542 

Morse Building 

Opposite town offices 


Sales and Service 

COOPER'S APPLIANCE SERVICE 

Whirlpool Home Appliances 

23 Lincoln Avenue 

Plainville, Mass. 

Telephone — My 9-8032 


Best Wishes 

PLAINVILLE NEWS BUREAU 



Attleboro and Plainville 
Coal Co., Inc. 

West Bacon St. 

Plainville, Mass. 

My 5-9374 


PLAINVILLE 
STOCK 

COMPANY 


AL PAULUS 

Plainville Center 

The people's choice for 25 years 

in Automotive Repairs 

and Accessories 


METALS & CONTROLS INC. 

A Corporate Division of 

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 

Incorporated 

Attleboro, Massachusetts 






WHITING 



and 



DAVIS 



W. H. RILEY & SON, INC 

1 North Main Street 61 No. Wash. St. 

Attleboro, Mass. No. Attleboro, Mass. 

CA 2-4455 MY 5-9391 

Fuel Oil & Service 

Heating & Air Conditioning 
Oil Burners 

Aluminum Windows 
Bottled Gas 
Coal 

Excavating 






THE CENTRE SHOP 

Marian & Bill Cavanaugh 


After 56 years, it's still 

SILLMAN'S 

for Shoes in the Attleboros 


ROYAL HINGE & DYE CO., INC. 


Compliments 
of 

KELLEY BROTHERS 


Compliments of 

DOR-WIN LUMBER CO. 

Kelley Blvd., No. Attleboro 
Tel. 699-4404 


BURNS' FARM STORE and RESTAURANT 

Delicious Bar-B-Cued Chicken 

Call Ev 4-2850 

Corner of Park St., Rt. 140 

Wrentham, Mass. 


Fred Baker & Son 

PLUMBING AND HEATING 

Kelly Boulevard, No. Attleboro 
695-3481 






Plastic Systems for Electronics 

CHOMERICS, INC. 

380 South St. 

Plainville, Mass. 02762 

Call 699-4479 






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BESSETTE FORD SALES, INC. 
and Sports Car Center 



Tel. Franklin 428-0040 



On Route 140 



CENTER LUMBER COMPANY 

NORFOLK, MASS. 
Tel. 528-0210 or 528-0211 



FICCO'S BOWL-A-DROME 

Bowling Party Every Mon. & Thurs. 

from 10:00 A.M. -12:00 noon 

"Coffee and Doughnuts" 

"Shoes & Instruction" 

$1.00 

Open 9:00 Mon. -Sat. 

Sun. at 1:00 

Route 140 Tel. 528-1142 
Franklin, Mass. 



L. J. CATALDO COMPANY 

Quality Men's Store 

Clothing — Furnishings — Shoes 

Franklin, Mass. 



Norge and Westinghouse Appliances 
We sell and install 

D. G. RANIERI SUPPLY CO. 

Plumbing and Heating 

Air Conditioning 

Telephone 528-0930 

S how-Room 

58 East Central Street 

Franklin, Mass. 



VARJIAN'S MARKET 

Brothers Greg & Harry 

Main Street 

Franklin, Mass. 



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ALL MDDERN UNITS 



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Fine Restaurants Nearby 
free television in every unit 

BETWEEN TWO RACE TRACKS 
ELLIOTT AND VIOLA HIGGINS 



Telephone 
MYrtle 5-9BB1 



Route Dne 
Plainville, Mass. 



W. T. HOLMES 

Bus Contractor 

Myrtle Street, Norfolk 

528-1597 



Waterson Tool & Engineering 
Co., Inc. 



Tool and Die Makers 



Wrentham / Massachusetts 




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REID'S TV & APPLIANCES 

Route # 1 , North Attleboro 
Phone MYrtle 9-2121 



The Miner Furniture Co. 



1 6 Richards Ave. 



North Attleboro. Mass. 



B& L 



CLEANERS, INC 



Wrentham and 
North Attleboro, Mass. 






1 




F. W. SIMMONS 


FRANK'S TEXACO 


INTERIOR DECORATING & EXTERIOR PAINTING 


Repairs & Tune 


69 South St., Plainville 


Road Service 


MY 5-5418 


1 39 South St. 




Plainville, Mass. 


J. MAJEAU, INC. 




COIFFEURS OF DISTINCTION 




447 East Central St. 


From a Friend 


Franklin 




Open Mon. through Sat. 




Evenings Wed., Thurs., & Fri. 




Best Wishes to the CLASS of 


1965 


ROBERT J. ROSS 



ANTHONY'S 

WROUGHT IRON PRODUCTS 
Ornamentals, Furniture, Rails, etc. 

735 Prov. Highway 

Norwood, Mass. 

762-9816 


DANTE MOTORS 

Chrysler — Plymouth — Valiant 
Specializing in Fine Used Cars 

138 East Central Street 
Franklin, Mass. 
Tel. 528-0180 


BO-PEEP, INC. 

South St., Plainville 

& 

Main & Pleasant St., Millis 

Groc. — Meats — Produce 
Beer & Wine 


Compliments of 

RAY'S OF WRENTHAM 

3 Hr. Dry Cleaners 


Good Luck to the CLASS of '65 

CROSBY VALVE & GAGE CO. 

and 
THE ASHTON VALVE CO. 

Wrentham, Mass. 


Compliments of the 

l-A SUPERMARKET 

High Quality — Low Discount Prices 

Wrentham Shopping Plaza 

Randall Rd., Wrentham 



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Best Wishes to the CLASS of 
65 



II / CM 



A & K REALTY INC 

Main Street 

Norfolk, Mass. 

528-3700 




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WRENTHAM STEEL PRODUCTS 



Wrentham, Massachusetts 



NORFOLK LIQUOR MART 



MYrtle Street 



528-3220 



Photography by 



BOULEVARD STUDIO 



228 Kelly Blvd. 
North Attleboro 
Tel. 695-6801 




THE 



REGIONAL 



PHARMACY 



GUNDLACH'S HOFBRAUHAUS 

American & German Food 
at its best 

MY5-9053 


Esso 

EDWARD'S 
WRENTHAM BODY & REPAIR SHOP 

24 Hour Towing Service 


SEVENTH STUDENT COUNCIL 


FLORENCE J. BOOMER 
REALTOR 

Complete Real Estate Service 

Route 115 

Norfolk Center 

528-0675 


L & M SERVICE STATION 

Rockwood Road 

Norfolk, Mass. 
528-1515 


Courtesy of 

NORFOLK MOTORCYCLE & PARTS 

Jet. 1 1 5 and 1 A 
Norfolk, Mass. 


Compliments from 
a 

FRIEND 


THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 

Paint — Wallpaper — Art Supplies 

41 Main St. 

Franklin, Mass. 

528-0900 



ALVIN J. FREEMAN 



Complete Insurance Protection 



Norfolk, Massachusetts 




olk FQOD^MART 




NORFOLK FOOD MART, INC 



Norfolk, Mass. 




NORFOLK 
PHARMACY 

"The Rexall Store" 
Norfolk, Mass. 

Free Prescription Delivery 



FOR FUN IN THE SUN 










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SWIM LAKE PEARL 



Congratulations and best wishes 
to the Class of 1965 



THE DAVIS STORE 



Congratulations 
from 



ARROW HEAD GARDENS 



Wrentham 
Tel. Ev. 4-2494 



THE KING PHILIP TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 



Congratulates the Class of 1965 



L& B 
Chevrolet — Oldsmobiie, Inc. 

New Chevrolets and Oldsmobiles 

OK Used Cars 

Complete Service Dept. 

Wrentham, Mass. 


BUSINESS PATRONS 

ANN'S BEAUTY SALON 

ST ANSON'S FINE FURNITURE 

CHARLES SANTORO-ROLL-LAND, NORWOOD 

THE PECKHAMS 

BIRMINGHAM FURNITURE 

HOWARD W. TOPHAM — WOONSOCKET CALL 

TOM'S BARBER SHOP 

VILLAGE SHOPS INC., PLAINVILLE 

DANNY'S LUNCHEONETTE 

FLYNN & LANDSCAPE SERVICE 

WAYNE'S CROFT MOTEL, FOXBORO 

JOHNNIE'S BARBER SHOP 

HENRY'S BARBER SHOP i 


FLORAL STEAK HOUSE 

Luncheons Daily from 1 1 :00-3:00 

Franklin Street 
Wrentham, Mass. 


CARVALHO'S GARAGE 

Auto Repairing — Welding 

88 Ottawa Street 
Attleboro, Mass. 
Tel. CA 2-1040 


MORSE PAINT & SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

South Street 
Wrentham, Mass. 


AL'S SERVICE STATION 

Shell Products 

46 South St. 

Plainville, Mass. 

MY 5-5852 




PLAINVILLE DRIVE-IN THEATRE 

Route 152, Plainville 

Open Year Round 

Safe, Electric Car Heaters 

Tel. MY-5-6022 



Best Wishes and Many 
Future Successes 



RODMAN FORD SALE INC. 

Route # 1 / Foxboro 




FRANKLIN MILL 
STORE 

Union Street 
(At Railroad Crossing) 
New England's Largest 

Fabric Center 



Store Hours 

Open Daily 8:30-6:00 

Evenings — Mon., Thurs., & Fri. Til 9 P.M. 







The '65 Chieftain Staff 
expresses its appreciation 


HAZEL GARDNER INSURANCE AGENCY 


to Mrs. Alice Church 






and 






Mrs. Mildred Edwards 




PATRONS 


William P. Brennan 




Eva M. Gardner 


CARNIE 




Debbie, Diana, and Donna 


Mr. & Mrs. Zeicheck 




Mr. & Mrs. Paul F. Sheehan 


Mr. & Mrs. Wallace 




Mr. & Mrs. Raymond R. Hill 


Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Gucwa 




Charles W. Rice 


Cathy Sharon 




C. Whiting Rice, Jr. 


Morgan's Marauders 




Lt. (JG ) Walter L. Rice, II 


Kitten & Bill 




Ray Bennett 


Kempton's Landscaping 




Betsy and The Bread Boards 


Mr. & Mrs. John Wojciechowski 




Joy & Barbara 


Mr. & Mrs. Whitman Jamieson 




Jim & Karen 


Mr. John Dwyer 




Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Porter 


Mr. A. C. Rowland 




Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. Martin 


Chris Lyme Kennels 




Cheryl & Kip 


Moose-64 




Mr. & Mrs. Sherman Jost 


Paul Edward Robinson 




Gail Peck 


The Kelly's 




The Marcour 


Daniel Quirk 




Hunts 


The Dud Grasshopper & the Jolly Green Giants 


The Kids 


The Diths 




Friends 


Mr. & Mrs. J. A. Valentine, Sr. 




A Friend 


Mr. & Mrs. C. Ash worth 




Mr. & Mrs. Anthony DiRe 


Mr. & Mrs. Harold Bennett 




The Harmons 


Mr. & Mrs. Morton Cobb 




Don & Diane 


Patty Piccolo and the girls 




Gail Burnett 


Jim Page 




Mr. & Mrs. Farrell 


Mrs. Kenneth 




Cindy Wiklund 


Kathleen Frawley 




Verna Wyllie 


Mr. & Mrs. Stchl 




A Friend 


Mr. & Mrs. White 




Greg Morse 


Mr. & Mrs. William Fothergill 




Mr. & Mrs. William F. Coughlan 


Gus 




Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Hallet 


The McCabes 




Mr. & Mrs. Charles Simmons 


Ken & Sharon 




The Benefactor 


Cert 




Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Jerome 


The "Cherokees" 




Chris Mackey 


Puddin' Head and Mush Mouth 




M. E. Deptula 


Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Pariseau 




L. Pezold 


Mr. & Mrs. Henry E. Neveux, Jr. 




Mr. & Mrs. Philip F. Picard 


An Alumni 




Sue, Jack, & the boys! 


Jeft 




SAM 


Stanley Cobb 




Rosie Fawcett 



Mr. & Mrs. Allan Bambery 

Mr. Harold J. Hall 

Joyce Cook 

Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Cook 

Mr. & Mrs. G. L. Machado 

Ellen & Megan Bambery 

Chip & Kath 

Lyn & Mark 

Mrs. Cianciarulo 

COW EYES 

Gertrude LaPorte 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ashman 

Mr. & Mrs. S. Robert Adams 

Joyce LaPierre 

Marty 

Judith E. Cobb 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis Faulkner 

Leah, Mary, Patty, Kathy, Jeanne 

A faculty member 

A friend of the Yearbook 

Hoof and Mouth 

Grace W. Capron 

Pete & Dot 

Debbie & Artie 

Ronnie & Mike 

Homel Briere 

Mr. & Mrs. Preston J. Farrington 

Mr. John D. Farrington 

Sunbeam 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Creighton 

Mr. & Mrs. Newton Woodworth 

William Pease 

Mr. & Mrs. Oliver G. Chase 

Mrs. Lila W. Doe 

Mr. & Mrs. H. B. Burry 

Rita Harper 

Don & Carol 

Robert J. Perry 

Steve & Chess 

Mr. Guillette 

Anthony X. Paglione 

Miss Loretta M. Cimini 

Mrs. Winona LaGrasso 

Mrs. Lucy Medaglia 

Joanne Woolford 

Mr. & Mrs. William Carvalho 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Amadio 

Mr. & Mrs. George Carvalho 

Future Teachers 

Mr. & Mrs. Elliot O'Brien 

Mr. & Mrs. James Hazlett 

Miss Joyce Collins 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Varieur 

Mr. Carlton Nickerson 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis X. O'Regan 

Mrs. Eleanor Reed Alter 

Margaret Keady 

Mr. & Mrs. Clayton Cummings 

Anna Hallstron 

Donna Tourtillotte 



Veronica Morrill 

Mr. & Mrs. Fred Burkel 

Mr. & Mrs. James H. Roberts 

Valerie Jane Clark 

Mr. & Mrs. Edwin J. Bushell 

Janet Burkel 

Mr. & Mrs. William Clark, Sr. 

George S. Perry 

Mertice Forsyth 

Mr. & Mrs. Manos 

Mrs. James I. Forsyth 

Preston Titus 

Dorene Paul 

Mrs. Cecelia Murphy 

Catherine Sharon 

Mr. Gallipeau 

Mr. Clayton Johnson 

Conrad R. Pensavalle 

S. Schwark 

James A. Black 

Mr. & Mrs. Howard F. Davis 

Eddie's Barber Shop 

Penny Forsyth 

Genevieve Szezepaniak 

Miss Sandra MacKenzie 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Paul & family 

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Felix 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Semple 

Mr. & Mrs. Earl Lavin 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Murphy 

Wink & Marcia 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank McGarry 

Mrs. Alice Church 

V. Dzelzitis 

Mrs. Lee Richardson 

Mitzi 

Jimmy & Carole 

Jimmy & Arlene 

Smoke Signals 

Donna & Tex 

Jimmy 

Mrs. Tokaz 

Mrs. Stanley Fischer 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Cappuccino 

St. Mary's C.Y.O. Officers 

Katy, Paula, Phyllis, & Millicent 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis Faulkner 

Kathy & Whiting 

Elna Fawcett 

Bob Fawcett 

Hector Heathcote 

Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Willard 

Tami Anne Myers 

Pandora the Saint 

Mr. & Mrs. A. D. Heath 

We Ditto, Bobbie, M. J., Mushia, Ellen, Donna, & Crosby 

Phyllis Green leaf 

Friend 

Mr. & Mrs. Taber 

Lady Luck 



Oscar L. Mayer, Jr. 








Billy Skinner 


Mr. & Mrs. Frank C 


Hamilton 






Mr. 


ad Mrs. Norman H. Lumnah 


The Author and the Artist 






A Friend 


Mrs. Benson 








Wrentham 4-H Cut-Ups 


Mr. & Mrs. Walter Burlingame 




Mr. 


and Mrs. Milton Gardner 


Harriet K. Rice 








Mr. 


and Mrs. A. W. Chaffee 


A Friend 








Gretchen Chaffee 


Mr. Skinner 








Steve and Kathy 


Sherianna & Billy Schaefer 






Mr. 


and Mrs. Howard Reid 


From the postman T.E.P. 






Beauty 




PERSONNEL INDEX 


A 




FRANKLIN, BARBARA 6 




OLSEN, LORRAINE 7 


ALTER, ELEANOR REED 12 




G 




O'REGAN, FRANCIS X. 8 


ARRICK, CAROL 12 




GALLIPEAU, FRANCIS 13,22 




P 


B 




GLEICHAUF, ARTHUR 7 




PAGLIONE, ANTHONY X. 14 


BAILY, RUTH M. 6 




GUILLETTE, RICHARD 13,14 




PENSAVALLE, CONRAD 7,9,72,73 


BINNEY, ALYCE 1 1 




H 




PERRY, ROBERT 14,108,78 


BLACK, JAMES 11,24 




HALEY, JOHN 7 




PERRY, VELMA 1 1 


BONNEY, LYSANDIC 1 1 




HAMILTON, STANLEY 12,58 




PFEFFER, PAULINE 1 8 


BOWDEN, RENNIE 1 1 




HARDING, RAYMOND 20 




PIERPONT, WILLIAM 1 1 


BRACEY, BARBARA 15 




HART, ARTHUR 21 




R 


BRENNAN, KATHERINE 9 




HARTLEY, THOMAS 16,73,75,76 


RISHTON, GILBERT 19 


BRENNAN, WILLIAM 14 




HEON, ROSALIE 7 




ROBBINS, JOHN 22, 1 7, 1 1 2,80 


BROOKS, EUGENE, M.D. 75 




HILL, MILDRED 6 




ROCHE, GREGORY 13 


BROWN, EDWARD 7 




HILL, RAYMOND 15,68,100,101 


S 


BURRY, HARRY M. 14, 55 




HOLMES, EVA 7 




SARGENT, ERIK 7 


C 




1 




SATKUS, WALTER 14 


CABRAL, ANTONE S. 21,97 




INSTASI, PASQUALE 1 1 




SCHNUR, MARGARET 22 


CANDELA, JULIUS 1 1 




J 




SCHWORK, STELLE 14 


CAPRON, GRACE 12 




JAMESON, WHITMAN 10 




SHEEHAN, KATHERINE 6 


CARR, ROBERT 7 




JOHNSON, CLAYTON 1 3,24 




SHERLOCK, SHIRLEY 1 8,42,95 


CHURCH, ALICE 12,60,61 




JOYAL, VINCENT 22 




SILVERA, RAYNA 12 


CIANCIARULO, NATALIE 17 




K 




SIMMONS, FLORENCE 1 1 


CIMINI, LORETTA 13,27 




KEADY, MARGARET 10,57 




SMITH, HELEN 7 


COLLINS, JOYCE 13 




KELLEHER, MARY 1 2,56 




STAHL, MARGARET 18 


CONNORS, MARCIA 16 




KELLY, ANITA 13 




SUMNER, DAVID 19,49 


CORMIER, JOSEPH 14,48 




KIBLER, GLEN B. 14,75 




SZEZEPANIAK, GENEVIEVE 14,56 


COSENTINO, MICHAEL 16,82 




L 




T 


COSTELLO, LUCY 13 




LEPERE, WILLIAM 14 




TABER, FREDERICK 21,20 


CREIGHTON, ROBERT J. 14,97,108 


LIGHTFOOT, HENRY 1 1 




TITUS, PRESTON 20,21 


CUMMINGS, CLAYTON 1 1 




LOGRASSO, WINONA 15,59 




TOKAZ, RITAE. 17,58 


D 




M 




TOLLEY, ELIZABETH 17,90 


DAVIS, MADELINE 9 




MacKENZIE, SANDRA 12,13,40 


TOURTILLOTTE, DONNA 20 


DESROSIERS, GERARD 2 




MANOS, CHARLES L. 6,7 




TOUSIGNANT, EDGAR P. 21 


DIRE, ANTHONY 14,108 




MANTECA, CLARA 13,56,55 




V 


DUDDY, RUTH 16 




McCOMB, HUGH 13,40,80,85 




VILBIG, JILL 14 


DWYER, JOHND. 13,127 




McGARRY, FRANK 7 




W 


DZELZITIS, VALENTINA 13,65 




MEDAGLIA, LUCY 13,64 




WALLACE, MILDRED 13,55,64 


E 




MEEGAN, NOREEN 12 




WEXLER, GAILE. 12 


EDWARDS, MILDRED 1 7,61 




MORGAN, EDWARD 14 




WHITE, CLARA 1 1 


F 




MURPHY, CECELIA 17 




WHITE, WALTER 7 


FERNEY, PATRICIA 12,62 




N 




WIGNALL, LUCY 1 1 


FIELDS, FRANCIS 1 1 




NELSON, WALTER 7 




WILLARD, CURTIS 1 1 


FISHER, LYDIA 14,27,108 




NICKERSON, CARLTON 1 5,70 




WINTER, CHARLES 7 


FLAHERTY, MARGARET 14 




O 




Z 


FRANKL, SPENCER, D.M.D. 10 




OLIVIER, NORMAN 19 




ZEICHECK, HERBERT 9 



STUDENT 
INDEX 



Aliberti, David-29 
Allaire, Marsha— 24 
Allaire, Sharon— 41 
Allan, Nancy— 35 
Allen, Nancy— 35 
Allen, John-29 
Allen, Mary E.-62,64,109 
Allen, William-35 
Alsworth, Carla-24 
Alsworth, Eugene-103,109 
Alsworth, Marsha— 35 
Ames, Marcia— 41,57,87 
Anderson, Linda— 29 
Andrade, Donald— 24 

Andrade, Ronald— 24 

Andrade, Ruth— 35 

Angell, Deborah-29 

Annis, George— 41 

Annis, James— 24 

Annis, Sheila— 35 

Apsit, lvan-80,81,109 

Armen, Lee— 84 

Armitage, Linda— 29 

Armitage, Richard— 41 

Armitage, Robert— 35 

Arno, Cindie— 35,56,65,69 

Ashe, William-35,80 

Ashman, Dale-54,61, 64,90, 109 

Ashman, Robert— 35 

Ashworth, Carolyn— 41 

Ashworth, Kathleen-61,95, 109,131 

Askin, Lee-84 

Assetta, Claire-109 

Assetta, Luise— 48 

Assetta, Mark-29 

Atwell, Margaret— 41 

Atwell, Phyllis— 35 

Atwell, Ronald-29 

Aube, Dwight-24 

Auciello, Dianne— 24 

Auld, Alice— 41 

Authelet, Christine-29,34 

Authelet, Lance-109 

B 
Babel, Albert-35 
Babel, Eliza beth-29 
Babel, Suzanne-58,61, 70,99, 110 
Bailey, Barbara— 41 
Bailey, Howard— 35 
Bailey, Linda— 29 
Baker, Janet— 24 
Baker, Richard-35,99 
Baker, Robert-35,99 
Baker, Sarah-95,110 
Baldwin, Garrett-84 
Bambery, Ellen-35, 56,69,87 
Bambery, Susan— 56,110 
Bankert, Dianne— 24 
Bankert, Donna-41,79 
Barber, Susan-29,30 
Barber, William— 36 
Bardwell, Peter-24,41 
Baribeault, Joseph— 110 
Barnaby, Steven— 24 
Barnes, Barbara-29,34,94 
Barnett, Michael-29 
Barnett, Patricia— 24 
Barrett, Jetfrey-36,67 
Barrett, Kathleen-36,67 
Barron, Elmer— 29 
Barrows, Beth-48,50,67,86,98 
Barstow, Kathleen— 24 
Batalon, Norman— 41 
Baxter, Joan— 36,65 
Baxter, Susan-61,65,110 
Beals, George-29 

Beard, Dorothy-57, 58,61, 69, 104, 124 
Beauchemin, Arlene-48,56,60,64,69,90 
Beauchemin, Barbara— 36,56,65,69,87,90 
Beauchemin, Cynthia— 41,65,69,79 
Beaudette, Guy-19,48,73,75 



Beaver, Bruce— 110 

Beaver, Sheila-29 

Bedard, Charles-41,65 

Beek, Dian-41,57 

Begor, Beverly-86,90,108,110 

Bennett, Christine-54,111 

Bennett, Mary— 24 

Bennett, Mary Lou-Ill, 135 

Bennett, Robert-102,103, 104,111 

Beresford, Jane-29,69 

Bergevine, Deborah— 24 

Berghetti, Edward-29 

Bergman, John— 29,32 

Bergman, Marcia— 36,56,65 

Betts, Jane— 36 

Bevilaqua, Marcia— 104 

Bigelow, Mark-10,41, 55,65 

Binney, Henry— 24 

Binney, Laurence— 41,78 

Binney, Richard-48, 78,82 

Binney, Susan-29,38,69 

Binney, Virginia-36,38,86,101 

Birmingham, Charles— 48,76 

Birmingham, Mary— 104 

Bissell, Stephen-41,67 

Black, Kendra-55,111 

Blair, Annette— 36 

Blair, Charles-29 

Blaisdell, Shirley-41,57,58 

Blaisdell, Thomas-73,104,108,111 

Blazic, Brenda-48,86,89,98 

Blazic, Dianne-29 

Blaziq Theresa— 36 

Blood, Martha-29 

Boehm, Charles— 36,66 

Bolduc, Steven-Ill 

Bond, Deborah— 36,56,65 

Bond, Susan— 24 

Boone, Harry— 36,66 

Bormet, Dorothy-29 

Boschen, Karl-29 

Bostrum, Nancy— 24 

Bouchard, Nila— 108,109,1 11,135 

Boucher, Janice— 48,55,62,64 

Boudreau, Althea— 41,69 

Boudreau, Frances— 36,69 

Boulter, Reeve— 24 

Bourque, Francis— 48 

Boutilier, Wendy-29,32 

Bowden, Winsor-48,49,80 

Brassard, James— 36 

Breed, Francine— 112 

Breitbart, Lizabeth-24,67 

Bremilst, Marjorie— 54,56,112 

Bremilst, Richard-29 

Bremilst, Robert— 36 

Briere, Donna— 29 

Briere, Joyce— 41 

Briere, Mark— 24 

Briere, Leo— 41,84 

Briere, Linda— 48 

Brooks, George-41, 73,80 

Brown, Alan-29,67 

Brown, Claudia— 112 

Brown, Debra— 24 

Brown, Donna— 41,45,95 

Brown, Kristine-41, 42, 55,64,67,87,90 

Brown, Mary B. -48,50 

Brown, Norman— 24 

Brown, Pamela— 98 

Brown, Susan— 36 

Brown, Susan— 24 

Brown, Virginia— 36 

Brundage, James— 36 

Brundage, Wayne— 36 

Bryant, George— 48 

Bryant, Kristine— 29 

Bryant, Leslie-29 

Budd, Cynthia-29 

Budd, William-36,40 

Bullock, Jacquelyn-79,96, 112,137 

Burnett, Gail— 112 

Burnett, Peter-48,84 

Burnett, Richard-29 

Burns, Carol— 36 

Burt, Judith-44,86,90 

Burt, Katherine-29 

Burt, Roy-82,112 

Burton, Constance— 41 

Burton, Mark-29,66 

Burton, Wendy-36,69 



Bushell, Heidi-41,62 
Bushell, Stephanie— 36 
Bussewitz, Barry— 84 
Button, Allan-67 

C 
Cadderette, Gerade-42 
Cain, Beverly-36,56,69 
Caldon, Barbara-48,69 
Callegaro, Denise— 48,79 
Callegaro, Ernest-24,58 
Candage, Mary— 48 
Canning, Charlyn— 24 
Cannon, Theresa— 24 
Canole, Glennis— 42 
Cappuccino, Carleton— 54,93,104,106,108, 

112,119,135 
Card, Donna-24 
Cardaci, Michael— 36 
Carlson, Ellen-47,48,55,64,67,86,87 
Carlson, Neil— 67 
Carlson, Robert— 36,65, 
Caron, Normand— 48 
Carr, Patricia— 48 
Carr, Paula-29,30 
Carr, William-42,73,75,80 
Carter, Steven— 32 
Carter, Valerie-24 
Cartier, Jeanne— 36,65,69 
Carvalho, Norman-58,61, 106,1 13 
Carver, Carol— 30 
Casper, Alice— 36 
Casper, Barbara— 113 
Catalano, Paul— 42 
Chabot, Janice— 42 
Chabot, Kathleen-54,57, 102,103,113 
Chabot, Mary-36,79 
Chaffee, Michael-30 
Chaffee, Steven-19,113 
Chapin, Robert— 37 
Chartland, Paul-37 
Chase, Donna— 24 
Chase, Meredith-30 
Chase, Wesley— 37 
Cheney, Clyde-19,30 
Cheney, Peter-42 
Chisholm, Alpin-30,32 
Choma, Carol— 30 
Choma, Grace— 69,113 
Choma, John— 42 
Christensen, David-42,55,73,75 
Christensen, Eric— 82 
Christy, William-24 
Church, Philip— 42 
Clark, James-48,58,66,73, 75,84 
Clark, June-30,67 
Clark, Peter-42 
Clark, William-59,66,84,113 
Clarke, Gerald-113 
Clarke, Nancy— 37 
Cobb, Paul-30 
Coffey, Linda-30 
Collins, Barbara— 30 
Collins, Faith-24 
Collins, Janice-42, 55, 56,64,67,87 
Collins, Joseph— 113 
Conant, Paul— 37 
Conant, Peter— 114 
Connors, Barbara— 24 
Connors, Judy— 42 
Conrad, James— 24 
Cook, Edith-30 
Cook, Joyce-57,59,114 
Cook, Linda— 25 
Cook, Starr-114 
Cooney, Derrith— 48 
Cooney, Paul— 25 
Cooney, Sheila— 48 
Cooper, Alden— 37 
Cooper, David— 30 
Cooper, Harry— 48 
Cooper, Steven— 25 
Cooper, Wayne— 48 
Corning, Linda— 30,69 
Costa, Brenda-25 
Costa, Carol-30 
Costa, Linda— 37 
Coughlin, Virginia— 37 
Cox, Alfred-25 

Cox, Linda— 37,56,65 
Crane, Cheryl-48 
Crane, James— 114 






Crawford, Williams-48,80,81 
Cronin, George— 25 
Croswell, Robert-35, 36,37,65 
Croswell, Susan-48, 55,64,87 
Croswell, Thomas— 42,78 
Crowell, Ralph-30 
Cummings, Bruce— 37,67 
Cummings, Douglas— 42,73,75,76 
Currier, Joseph— 25 
Curtis, Anne-42, 55, 64,86,90 

D 
Daley, Noreen— 37 
Daley, Stephen-48 
Dalghren, Christine— 30 
Dalghren, Leslie-42, 55, 56,64 
Daniels, Alan— 114 
Daniels, David— 48 
Daniels, Linda— 25 
Daniels, Steven— 25 
Darling, Joan— 48 
Darling, Lester— 25 
Darling, Lester— 25 
Darling, Patricia— 48 
Darling, Robert-48 
DaVia, Jeanne— 25 
DaVia, Michelle-48,86,90 
DaVia, Peter-37,65 
Davin, Michael— 37 
Davin, Neil— 37 
Davin, Patricia— 48,56 
Davis, Deborah-37,62,67 
Davis, Edward— 30 
Davis, Howard— 42 
Davis, Jonathan— 48 
Davis, Warren— 48 
Davison, Norma-48,57, 70,79 
Davison, Preston— 37 
Decristofaro, Dianne— 30 
Decristofaro, Gail— 42 
Decristofaro, John— 114 
Deitch, Marla-25 
DeLaiarro, Paula-35,37, 56,65 
DeLaiarro, Vincent— 25 
Delaney, Mary Jane— 47,48,79,91 
Deptula, Helen-42 
Deptula, Rosemary— 114 
DeSalvo, Kim-37 
Deschamps, Gail— 37 
Deschamps, Madeline— 115 
Deschamps, Robert— 37 
Deshetres, Leo— 25 
Desper, Ronald— 30 
Desplaines, Robert— 25 
Desper, Robert-25 
Dias, William-37 
Diaz, Steven-25 
DiBattista, Jeanne— 37,69 
Dietrick, Michael— 25 
Diette, Rebecca— 37 
DiGiantommaso, Stephen— 30 
DiLeonardo, Paula— 25 
Disnard, Barry-73,115 
Doak, Susan-42,95 
Doiron, Diane— 37,56 
Doiron, Thomas— 25 
Donovan, Ellen— 115 
Donovan, John— 24,25 
Dore, David-30 
Doucette, Annette— 49,69,70 
Doucette, George— 25 
Doucette, John-67,115 
Doucette, Kathleen-30 
Downing, Kenin— 42 
Downing, Louis— 49,73,75 
Doyle, Arlene— 24,25 
Doyle, Diane-37, 56,65 
Doyle, Harold-49 
Draheim, Peter— 49 
Draheim, Roger— 115 
Driggers, Susan— 115 
Duhy, Jo-Anne— 25 
Duhy. Paul-37 
Dumont, Paula— 37 
Durkin, Harvey— 25 
Dusty, Carolyn-25 
Dynan, Lynn— 35,37,65 
Dziurdz, Carol-25 
Dziurdz, Sigmund— 25 

E 
Earle, Deborah— 49 
Earle, William-37 



Easterbrooks, Linda— 30 

Easterbrooks, Williams— 37 

Eden, Mark-30 

Edwards, David— 37 

Edwards, Robert— 30 

Eichenwald, Anna-49, 53, 56,64,65 

Eisner, Ronald-42,44, 55,65 

Ellis, Patricia-25 

Ellis, William-37 

Emerson, Bonnie— 42,87,90 

Energren, Bradley— 107,115 

England, Mark— 25 

Estano, Charles— 42 

Estano, Valerie— 25 

Evans, Elaine— 30,58 

Evans, Ernest-30,33,94 

Evans, Lois-98,105, 108,1 16 

Everett, Donald-61,84,106,116,135 

Everett, Patricia— 42 

F 
Fairbanks, Vernon— 25 
Falcone, Daniel— 25 
Farier, Guy— 42 
Farrar, David-43,80,85 
Farrar, Jean— 108,116 
Faulkner, Donald-73,80,81,82,83,106,108,- 

135 
Fawcett, David— 25 
Fawcett, Robert-30 
Fawcett, Rosalthie-55, 56, 61,69, 116 
Fenton, Susan-37, 58,65,90 
Ferragamo, Michael— 25 
Field, Linda-25 
Figaratto, Albert-25 
Figaratto, Jean— 30 
"Figaratto, Joseph-47,49,73 
Fillmore, Cynthia— 30 
Fink, Elaine— 25 
Fink, Robert-37,40 

Finley, James-54,76,82,83,106,108,1 16,128 
Finley, Peter-49,55,73,76,82 
Finley, Timothy— 25 
Firth, Glenn-30 
Fisher, Donna— 37 
Fisher, Raymond-30,84,85 
Fisher, Robert— 43 
Fisher, Ross— 25 
Fitch, Eugene— 84,116 
Fitzgerald, Donna— 37,79 
Fitzgerald, Linda— 65,117 
Flanagan, John— 49 
Flanagan, Mary— 37 
Florio, Albert -49 
Fluck, Edith-54,62,117,135 
Flynn, Arthur— 49 
Foley, Patricia— 25 
Forsyth, Penelope— 56,57,63,117 
Franklin, Cheryl— 117 
Franklin, Gregory-73,82,117 

Franklin, Kevin— 30 

Fredriksen, Janet-43,64,87,90 

French, David— 43 

French, Linda— 25 

French, Walter-62,117 

Frost, Lynne— 117 

Fuller, Linda-30,69 

Fuller, Nancy-54,62,64,69, 106,117 

G 
Gade, Marcia— 49 

Gade, Ronald-30 

Gardner, Gail-54,57,62,118 

Gardner, Linda-18,56,109,118 

Gardner, Natalie-43, 57,62,63 

Gaudreau, Lucille— 25 

Gehman, Gale-43, 58,84 

Gehman, George— 83 

Geishecker, Susan— 30 

Gemaly, Patricia— 37 

Gentile, Lee-24,25 

Giannetti, Robert-49 

Gilchrist, Jeannette-49,56,60,64,69 

Gilligan, John— 43 

Gilligan, Nancy— 30 

Gilmore, Robert— 30 

Gilpatrick, SueEllen-49 

Gledhill, Edith— 45 

Gledhill, James— 30 

Gogen, Alan— 30 

Goodman, Carolyn-42,43,55,64,87 

Goodwin, Fred-54,60,61, 64,68,1 16,1 18,119 

Gookin, Leslie— 49,57 



Goudas, Andrea— 49,51,70 
Goudas, Thomas— 37 
Goulet, Raymond— 37 
Goulette, Roberta-43,46 
Gowen, Bernard— 30 
Gowen. Linda— 37 
Graham, Mark— 49 
Graham, Mary Ann— 43 
Granger, Mary-103,108 
Grant, Gregory— 37 
Grant, Geraldine-62,116,118 
Grant, Lewis— 30 
Grant, Linda— 30 
Graves, Sharon-18,69,118 
Green, Roberta— 49 
Greene, George— 49,73 
Greene, Hector— 43,65 
Greenleaf, David— 30 
Greenleaf, Phyllis— 37 
Griffin, Gail— 30 
Grogan, Francis— 37,85 
Grzenda, David— 43 
Grzenda, Joan— 38,56,59 
Guay, Barbara— 38 
Guay, Kenneth— 25 
Guay, Roy-43,59 
Gucwa, Cheryl-25 
Gucwa, Leslie— 38 
Guild, Pamela-25 



H 



Haase, Howard-35,38,80 

Habicht, John-38 

Hallett, John-49,80,81 

Hallett, Kathleen-43 

Hallett, Patricia-54,60,61,62,67,106, 118,- 

135,137 
Hallett, William-30 
Hamaty, Virgil— 25 
Hamilton, Carol-49 
Hamilton, Dianne-47,49,50,55,56,61,64,65, 

67 
Hamilton, Kathleen-118 
Hamilton, Wayne— 38 
Hamilton, William-119 
Hancock, Priscilla— 43 
Hancock, Ross— 119 
Harper, Penelope— 49 
Harper, Richard-24,26 
Harrington, Charles— 30 
Harrington, David— 26 
Harris, Michael— 30 
Harris, Robert-38 
Haskins, Sherwood-35,38,80,85 
Hatch, Dana-43,78 
Hatch, Eric-49,73,75,84 
Hatt, Alan-31 
Hatt, Dale-38 
Hatt, Wayne-43 
Hawkins, Daniel— 31 
Haworth, Robert-38,66 
Hazlett, Martha-54,56,60, 64,69,92, 119 
Hayden, George— 26 
Hayes, Robert-26 
Hazlett, Pauline-38 
Hearon, Michael— 119 
Hearon, Pamela-49,57,69,99,100 
Hearon, Stephen— 38 
Hearon, Susan— 26 
Heath, Douglas-21,49 
Hefron, Paula-47,49,50,69,87 
Heinz, Kathleen— 38 
Heipin, William— 26 
Helfen, William-47,49,50,55,67,78 
Henrich, Bonnie— 38 
Henrich, Stephen-49,55,78 
Henry, Janice— 104 
Heon, Cheryl— 43 
Hession, William-82,119 
Heylin, Donald— 43 
Heylin, Thomas— 38 
Hill, Dana-43,76,84,85 
Hill, Sharon-16,36,38,56,65.88 
Hill, Thomas— 31 
Hinton, Carolyn— 49 
Hobbs, Bruce-43,73,75 
Hobbs, Joan— 31,58 
Hodson, Carolyn— 31 
Hodson, Faith-38,99 
Hodson, Linda-18,61,119 
Hoffman, George— 26 



Hopkins, Robert-119 

Hopkins, Robert— 43 

Holmes, Wanda-49,99 

Holske, Helen-38 

Holske, Hope-38 

Horton, Nancy— 38 

Hovey, Alan— 31 

Howard, Nancy-31,32,67,69 

Howell, Jeanne— 36 

Howell, Nancy-31,38,65,69,87 

Hume, Rosemary— 26 

Hunt, Sandra-49 

Hunt, William-31 

Hurd, Roy-49 

Hurder, Alden-120 

Hurder, Byron-49, 50,55,63,64 

Hurder, David— 51 

Hurkett, Robert-120 

Hurkett, Stephen-49 

Hussey, George— 26 

Hussey, Sharon— 38,69 

Hutchinson, James— 26 

Hutchinson, John— 31 

Hutchinson, Lorrie 

I 
Ihlenburg, John— 82 
Ihlenburg, Lois— 92 
Ireland, Alma-120 
Ireland, Dorothy-120 
Ireland, Linda— 31 

J 
Jackson, Bruce— 24 
Jacobson, Bruce— 31 
Jacobson, Rolf-50,67,75 
Jenness, Carolyn— 120 
Johnson, Linda— 31 
Johnson, Richard— 43 
Johnston, Bruce— 26 
Johnston, Janice— 41,43,55,65,79 
Jones, Arthur— 50 
Jones, Bonnie— 50,55,56 
Jones, David— 26 
Jones, John— 82 
Jordan, Elaine— 26 
Jordan, Mary— 31,69 
Jost, Douglas— 38 
Jost, Richard-120 
Jost, Robert— 31 
Julewitz, Alexander— 31 
Juskiewitz, George— 43 

K 
Kahler, Aleda-120 
Kaine, Kathryn— 26 
Kaine, Marilyn— 38 
Kapolchok, Victoria— 50,79 
Katapodis, Donna— 43 
Katapodis, George— 26 
Keady, Linda-50,55,90 
Kechejian, Karnig— 38 
Keeler, Deborah-23,29,31,32,34,67,69 
Keeler, Douglas-50,73,75 
Keenan, Jourdrie— 43 
Keighley, Carol— 43 
Keighley, Darrell-38 
Keely, Deborah-26 
Kelly, Joanne— 26 
Kelley, Karen— 31 
Kelly, Kathleen-31,32 
Kelly, Kathleen-50 
Kelly, Regina— 31 
Kelly, Robert-38 
Kempton, Russell— 59,121 
Kempton, Sarah— 31,58 
Kenerson, John— 26 
Keniston, Robert-84,99,121 
Kennedy, Catherine— 50 
Kennedy, Francis— 66,101,121 
Kennedy, James— 31 
Kenniston, Richard— 84 
Kerr, Edward— 50 
Kettell, Cindy-26 
Kettell, David-31 
Keyes, Lawrence— 26 
Killarney, John-82,104 
Klagge, David-38 
Kiagge, James— 31 
Knauber, Constance— 31,69 
Kneabone, Barry— 43 
Knight, Beverly-26 
Knight, George— 31 
Knowles, Glenis— 65 



Knowles, Patricia— 43 
Knowles, Raymond— 38 
Koch, Robert-26 
Konetchy, Douglas— 14 
Kolseth, Bernard— 38 
rxolseth, Karen— 43 
Kolseth, Richard-26 
Kotros, Gary-26 
Kozak, David-26 
Kozak, John-47,50,73 
Kozak, Paul-47, 50,73,75 
Kratohvil, Raymond— 73 

L 

Lacasse, Roseanne— 26 

Lally, William-26 

Lambert, Alice-16,43, 57,79 

Lambert, Barbara— 26,59 

Lambert, Irene— 26 

Lambert, Nancy— 42,43 

Lambert, Richard-56,66,100,121 

Lambert, Teresa-41, 43,79,89 

Landry, Diane— 96 

Landry, Ellen— 50 

Landry, Karen— 26 

Landry, Richard— 50 

Lanergan, Douglas— 50 

Lanergan, Mary— 26 

Lang, Edward— 121 

Lang, Linda-43, 55,64,67,87 

Langille, Candace-38,56,69 
Langille, Charles-121 
Langley, Catherine— 38,65 
Langley, Earl— 26 
Lanteigne, Robert— 26 
LaPerche, Julie— 65 
LaPierre, Christine— 26 
La Pierre, Joyce-58,122 
LaPierre, Leo— 26 
LaPierre, Philip— 38 
LaPointe, Bradford-26 
LaPointe, Nancy-43,64,87,90 

Larrabee, Donald— 50 

Larrabee, Marilyn— 38,65, 

Larrabee, Richard— 50 

Larsen, Barbara-79,122 

Larsen, William-38,85 

Larson, Cynthia— 26 

Larson, Richard— 26 

Larson, Sandra— 50,65,69 

Lasky, David— 44,85 

Lasky, Paul-80 

Laughman, Dennis— 32,67 

Laughman, Kathleen— 38 

Laverty, Dennis— 26 

LeClair, Marie-122 

Legge, Veronica— 26 

Lemire, Douglas— 44,55,64 

Lemire, Gwendolyn— 92 

Lemkins, I ngrida— 44,57,63 

Lemmer, Barbara— 50,55 

Lemmer, David— 50 

Leppert, Christine— 26 

LeVangie, Steven— 82 

Leverone, Richard— 44 

Leverone, Sandra-56,79,122,150 

Lewicki, Paul-73,122 

Lewicki, Walter— 38 

Lewis, Kevin— 94 

Lewis, Warren— 50 

Lightfoot, Carol-122 

Littleton, Laura— 26 

Littleton, Robert-44,75 

Lockwood, Dana— 38 

Lockwood, Richard— 44 

Logan, Susan-35,38,65,69,101 

Lomasney, Joan— 35,38,69 

Long, Timothy— 38 

Longmore, Ellen— 122 

Lord, Pamela— 79 

Loring, Linda— 39 

Loucks, Mary— 50,57 

Loucks, Michael— 50,63,84 

Lorusso, Anthony— 26 

Love, Brian-50,24 

Lukk, Ann-50,56,64,65 

Lukk, Susan-24,26 

Lumnah, Alda-54,61,69,92,108,122 

Lumnah, Darlene— 39 

Lumnah, Laure— 44,62,65,69 

Lumnah, Thomas— 26 



Lunn, Michael— 26 

Lunn, Richard-50, 55, 76,77, 101 

Lunn, Sharon-54,61,69, 92, 108,123, 124,135 

Lussier, Diana— 44 

Lussier, Kathleen— 26 

Lussier, Susan— 31 

Lussier, Virginia— 39 

Lynch, Stephen— 39 

Lyons, Susan— 31 

M 
Macaione, John— 39 
Macaione, Lorraine— 123 
MacDonald, Brian— 26 
MacDonald, Carolyn— 31 
MacDonald, Lorraine— 26 
MacDonnell, Gregory-26,24,67 
MacDonnell, Julia-54,60,61,64,1 15,123 
MacDonnell, Leah-31,39,40,56, 65,67,99 
MacDonnell, Veronica— 44,55,65,67 
Machado, Louise— 123 
Maclnnis, Cynthia— 50 
Mackey, Virginia— 31 
Maclean, Jeanne— 27 
Maclean, John— 31 
MacNeil, James— 39 
MacNeil, Joyce— 123 
MacNeil, Kathleen-22,39 
MacNeil, Louise— 27 
Maguire, Ann Marie— 44 
Maguire. Bruce— 31 
Manchester, John— 2/ 
Manchester, Richard— 123 
Manley, Donald— 44 
Manley, Michael— 31 
Manley, Robert— 31 
Mann, Lawrence— 24,27,31 
Mann, Robert— 44 
Manning, Stephen— 50 
Manning, Susan-70,108,123 
Marchand, Brenda— 27 
Marchand, Gerald— 39 
Marchand, Gerald— 39 
Marchand, Janice— 31 
Marcotte, Robert— 31 
Marks, Geoffrey- 124 
Marshall, Robert-44,78 
Martin, Catherine— 44 
Martin, Cheryl-124 
Martin, George— 50 
Martin, Robert-31 
Martin, Roger— 124 
Martucci, Donna— 47,50 
Martucci, Lauretta— 31,70 
Martucci, Michele— 124 
Massey, Lynne— 50 
Matakanski, John— 31 
Matakanski, Matthew— 27 
Matulewicz, Alexander-31,94 
Mauritz, John— 50 
Mauritz, Mary— 31,59 
Mauritz, Robert— 39 
Mavrides, Mary-18,39,40,65 
Mavrides, Michael— 27 
Maynard, Linda— 44,42 
Mayer, Kenneth-23,29,31,32,33,94 
Mayer, Lenore— 27 
McBrien, Maureen— 31 
McCabe, Douglas-31,94 
McCarthy, Kathleen-124 

McCarthy, Bruce-39 

McCullough-Kevin-31,32 

McCullough, Michael-76,82,124 

McCul lough, Richard— 44 

McDade, Kathleen-42,44 

McDavitt, Michael-27,58 

McGarry, Edward-42,44,55 

McGarry, Frances-47,50,60,61,86 

McGarry, Janet— 27 

McGarry, Mary-32,30 

McGarry, Phyllis— 104 

McGrail, Michael-32,94 

McGrail, Myles-27 

McGrath, Hilary-124 

McHuge, Charles-27 

McKillop, Donald-24,44,93 

McLacklan, Gary— 27 

McLacklan, Robert-32,59,67 

McMorrow, Janet— 44 

McMorrow, Jean— 61,69,125 

McMullen, Linda-90,125 

McNamara, David— 32 



McNamara, Richard— 44 
McPhee, Kathleen-125 
Meau, Jean-54,61,125 
Meegan, Jeremiah— 50,73,75 
Menzel, Deborah— 27 
Metcalf, Michael— 44 
•Meunier, David— 39,59 
Meunier, Russell— 50 
Miconi, Donna-50,57, 58,61,69,87 
Miconi, Marie— 39,101 
Miller, Brian-20,44 
Miller, Douglas— 32 
Miller, Paul-32 
Miranda, Robert— 27 
Mitchell, Bruce-39 
Morre, Caren— 39 
Morin, Donna— 39,69 
Morone, Karen— 32 
Morone, Marcia— 44 
Morrill, Jeffrey-39 
Morriss, David— 32 
Morriss, Paul— 44 
Morse, Debby-Sue-125 
Morse, Gregory— 50 
Morse, Patricia— 44 
Morse, Wendy— 27 
Mowry, Christine-32 
Mozart, Charles-32 
Mugford, Douglas— 32 
Muir, Christine-27 
Mullaney, Carol— 44 
Mullaney, Kenneth— 32 
Mullen, Donna— 39 
Mullen, Patricia-57,61,125 
Murphy, Donna— 27 
Murphy, Julianne— 44 
Murphy, Anthony— 125 
Murphy, William— 82 
Myers, Jo Ellen-125 

N 
Nadeau, Gerald— 126 
Napier, Stephen— 51,73 
Nason, Barbara— 51,65 
Nason, Constance— 32 
Neef, Rudolf-44 
Nelson, David— 51 
Nelson, Dawn— 32 
Nelson, Donna-32,67,100 
Nelson, Kathleen-104 
Nelson, Linda-32,69 
Nelson, Mark— 39 
Nelson, Peter— 44 
Nelson, William-126 
Neuman, Lee— 104 
Neveux, Michele-61,64,65,126 
Newhall, Guy-51 
Newman, Jeffrey— 32 
Nichols, David— 39 
Nichols, Judith— 17, 51,47,79 
Norton, Evertt-32 
Norton, William— 44 

O 
Ober, Dale-27 

O'Brien, Patricia-36,39,56,65 
O'Connell, Daniel-44 
O'Connell, John— 45 
O'Dell, James-39 
O'Laughlin, Kathleen-27 
Oliva, Diane— 51 
Oliva, Stephen-32 
Olsen, Glenn-45,80,85 
Olsen, Lawrence— 84 
Olsen, Margaret— 27 
O'Neil, Edward-126 
O'Neil, Peter,-45 
O'Neil, Susan-32 
Ordway, Dorothy-13,51, 56,64 
Ozias, Gary-53,84,85.126 

P 
Packard, Barbara— 27 
Packard, Kathleen-51,89 
Page, James— 51 
Page, William-45 
Paquin, Deborah-57,61,126 
Paquin, Richard— 27 
Parmenter, Edna— 126 
Parmenter, James— 39 
Parmenter, Margaret— 39 
Parsons, Robert— 45 
Pasquantonio, George— 27 
Pasquantonio, James-73,105,127 



Pasquantonio, Jean— 13,45,42,55,56,64,69 

Pasquantonio, Patricia— 45 

Pasquantonio, Terry— 13,51 

Patchin, Donald-32 

Patchin, George— 32 

Patton, Beverly-92 

Patton, David-84 

Patton, Charles-37 

Patton, Kathryn-51,57,61,69 

Patton, Kenneth-24,27 

Patton, Margaret— 32 

Payne, Beverly— 39 

Payne, Katherine— 57,127 

Pazurchek, Anne-56,60,62,64,66,69,105,127 

Pazurchek, Gregory— 39 

Pearson, Beverly— 92 

Pearson, Karen-51, 55,56,63,64,67,69 

Pearson, Martin— 32,67 

Pease, William-54,68,104,127 

Peasley, Barry— 39 

Peck, David-32 

Peck Gail 127 

Peckham, Mark-73,74,84,108,127 

Peckham, Martha-127 

Peckham, Susan— 45 

Pederson, Carol— 45 

Pelletier, Aline-32 

Pelletier, Collette-51,56,64,65,69 

Pelletier, Robert-51,98 

Peloquin, Brenda— 32 

Peloquin, Carol— 27 

Peloquin, Kathleen— 51,57 

Peloquin, Sandra— 27 

Pericolo, Edward-51,73,75,82 

Pericolo, Linda-32,69 

Perron, Robert— 51 

Perry, Barbara-32,58,67 

Perry, Christine-45,57, 58,69 

Perry, Dwight-32,58,67 

Perry, Edward-59,105,128 

Perry, Harold-45,65 

Perry, William-49,51 

Petecki, Joseph- 128 

Petersen, Karen— 32 

Petersen, Dana-105,128 

Petersen, Karen— 32 

Petitt, Arthur-32,59 

Petrillo, John-32 

Pezold, Judith-32 

Pezold, Thomas— 5 1 ,75 

Philpin, Carol-57,70,128 

Philpin, Jeanne— 32 

Philpin, Linda-47,51,66,69 

Picard, Carolyn-64,86,90,128 

Pilblad, Donna-32 

Pierce, Judith— 32 

Pitt, Carol-24 

Plante, Bradley-24 

Plante, Kathleen-39,69 

Plante, Laurel— 51 

Plante, Michael— 51 

Plumer, John— 32 

Plumer, Mary— 51,57 

Poles, Edward— 51,75 

Porter, Barry-45,80 

Porter, Cheryl -51 

Porter, Dennis— 44,45,55,64,65 

Porter, Joseph— 39 

Porter, Marilyn— 39 

Porthier, Madelaine— 19 

Post, Diana— 45 

Post, Beatrice— 39 

Pottle, Deborah-45 

Powall, George— 45 

Power, Donald-45,73,75,78 

Power, Glenn— 45 

Powers, John— 39,85 

Powers, Michael— 39 

Pray, Larry— 45 

Pray, Michael— 39 

Preston, Debbie— 51 

Preston, Richard-39 

Preston, Walter-80,128 

Prevett, Janet-27 

Prevett, Peter-45,75 

Pritchard, Leon— 45 

Proal, Myna-39,58,87,90 

Proal, Paul-32 

Proal, William-24,45,55,65 

Probert, David-39 

Probert, Grace-27 



Probert, Thomas— 129 
Proux, Pamela— 27 
Purdy, Colleen— 45 
Purdy, David-27 
Purdy, Dennis— 51,73,75 
Purdy, Priscilla— 45 

R 
Ragucci, Carol— 39 
Ragucci, Michael— 41,45,59,78 
Rammel, Lauren— 27 
Ravinski, Anthony— 45 
Ravinski, Henry— 129 
Ravinski, ■Mark— 51 
Ravinski, Judith— 27 
Ravinski, Mark— 51 
Ravinski, Paula— 27 
Ravinski, Sandra— 32 
Ravinski, Sheila— 33 
Raymond, Joanne— 45,55,65,69,87 
Raymond, Loel— 33 
Reid, Marcia— 45,65 
Reidel, Charles-27 
Renner, John— 27 
Revel, Irene— 39 
Reybrook, Anthony— 33,66 
Reybrock, Jacquelyn— 27 
Reybrock, Nicholas-51,67,100 
Reybrock, Maryelena-45,56,62,63,69,100 
Reynolds, David-92 
Reynolds, Frederick— 51,84 
Reynolds, Stephen— 33 
Rice, William-8,10,60,72,76,77,98,105 

108,115,129 
Richardson, Charles— 51,55,58,61,67,73,75 
Richardson, David— 45 
Richardson, Linda-54,64,129 
Rick, Claudia— 33 
Rick, Jeffrey— 45 
Rioux, Jacqueline— 27 
Rioux, Joseph— 39 
Robinson, Cheryl— 17,51 
Robinson, Forrest— 68,101,129 
Robinson, Jane— 51 
Robinson, Paul-66,68,84,129 
Robinson, Susan— 33,69 
Robison, Scott— 39 
Robitaille, Edward— 104 
Robitaille, Linda-39 
Robson, Valerie— 39 
Roche, Susan— 51 
Roderick, David— 39 
Roderiquis, Donna— 39 
Roderiquis, Frances— 27 
Rodriques, John— 33 
Rogers, Christie-Lee— 39 
Rogers, Kimball— 45,75 
Rogers, Margaret— 47,51,56,69 
Rogers, Richard-66,101,104,130 
Rogers, Susan-63,105,129 
Ronhock, Marce— 39 
Rooney, Charles— 27 
Rooney, Robert— 27 
Rooney, William— 40,62 
Ross, James-82,83,130 
Rose, Richard— 45 
Ross, Barbara-18,40,69 
Rouille, Linda— 51 
Rouille, Teresa— 40 
Rowel I, Bruce— 40 
Rowel I, Roberta -5 1,59 
Rowland, Dennis— 33,94 
Rowland, Marie-54,60,61,62,108,130,135 
Roy, Denise— 40 
Roy, Michael— 45 
Royle, Anne— 27 
Royle, Deborah— 33 

S 
Sacco, Janice— 27 
Sacco, Nicholas— 51,75 
Saks, lmant-27 

Sampson, Virginia— 54,61,95,130 
Samsel, Preston— 130 
Sanborne, David— 45 
Sanchioni, Janet— 33 
Sanchioni, Joyce— 33 
Sanchioni, Paul— 40 
Sanchioni, Richard— 104 
Santoro, Peter— 33 
Sarrazin, David— 27 
Savage, Charlene— 4L 
Savage, Debra— 27 



Sawyer, Richard— 40 

Schaefer, Charles— 45 

Schickle, Carole— 51 

Schnorbus, Daniel— 33 

Schoening, Harry— 42,45,55,75,76 

Schofield, Paul-45,75 

Scholtes, Paul-27 

Schurman, Winslow— 51 

Sebastiao, Antone— 40 

Sebastiao, Richard-84,130,135 

Semple, Marcia-47, 52,55,60,61, 67,69, 100 

Sequin, Deborah— 27 

Sevigny, Linda— 33 

Sevingy, Richard— 27 

Shangraw, Howard— 24,27 

Shangraw, Martha— 40 

Sharon, Alice— 52,47 

Sharon, Catherine-64,104,108,120,127,130 

Shea, Daniel-28 

Sheehan, Jane-47, 52,62,90,96 

Shepard, George— 52 

Shephard, Susan— 40 

Shephardson, Robert— 104 

Shobakan, Richard— 52 

Sievert, Jere— 45,62,63 

Sievert, William-33,24 

Simmons, Jean— 28 

Simmons, Katherine-120,123 

Simpson, Larry— 45 

Simpson, Mary-52,56,62,65,69 

Skinner, Cheryl— 33 

Skinner, Michael-27,40,59 

Smith, Bruce-73,74,76,77,82,83,131 

Smith, Cheryl-33 

Smith, Dorothy- 102,104,106,111, 131 

Smith, Pamela-28 

Smith, Pamela-45 

Smith, Richard-33,32,66,76 

Smith, Robert-45,78 

Smith, Warren-42,46 

Snell, Linda-54,56,131,135 

Snow, Chesley-28 

Snow, Clifford— 33 

Snow, Doris— 46 

Snow, Geraldine— 33 
Snow, Patricia— 131 

Snow, Sandra— 40 

Soares, Margaret— 131 

Sorenson, Linda— 46,57,69 

Sousa, Richard— 28 

Speer, Cynthia— 40 

Spreer, Susan— 33 

Sprague, Karen-52,57,69,79,88 

Sprague, Karol-47, 52,66,69 

Sprague, Stillman— 33,66 

Stacey, Wanda-31,32,33 

Stack, Edward— 33 

Stafford, Edward- 104 

Stafford, Stephen-54,76,91, 106,131 

Stahl, Gregory-33 

Stasis, Kenneth— 40,85 

Stasis, Peter-52, 73,74,80,82 

Stasis, Richard— 28 

Steel, George-52 

Steeves, Gregory— 40 

Steeves, Kathleen— 46 

Steeves, Pamela— 46 

Steliga, Shirley-33 

Stewart, Bruce— 46 

Stewart, Cheryl- 132 

Stewart, Lorraine— 33 

Stobbart, George-52,84,85 

Stock, Joseph-28 

Stone, Charles-28 

Stuart, Lee-48,52,55,90 

Such, John— 33 

Such, Margaret— 52,56,63 

Sullivan, Eileen— 46 

Sullivan, Gail-46,64,65,67,86 

Sullivan, Russell-32 

Sullivan, Theodore— 52 



Sullivan, William— "33 
Sumner, Susan— 28,58 
Sundquist, Carl— 52 
Sundquist, Deborah— 33 
Sundquist, Janice— 40 
Sundquist, Marilyn— 46 
Sweeney, James— 28 
Swenson, Melissa— 46 

T 
Tagerman, Philip— 132 
Taylor, Debra— 33 
Taylor, Donn^-28 
Tessier, George— 40 
Thibeau, Cynthia— 46 
Thibedeau, Allen— 21 
Thibedeau, Kathleen— 33 
Thibedeau, Stephen— 40 
Thornton, Anne— 33 
Tibbetts, Lynn— 33 
Tobey, Janice— 28 
Todaro, Daniel— 28 
Todaro, James— 52,63 
Todaro, Nicholas— 28 
Topham, Clifford— 33,67 
Topham, David— 46 
Topham, Linda-52,22 
Topham, Paul— 40 
Topham, Robert— 52 
Topham, Ruth-54,61,66,69,132 
Tourtillot, Linda-52 
Tower, Diana— 46,95 
Tower, Daniel— 33 
Travers, Greg— 46 
Tremblay, James— 28 
Tremblay, Joan-54,57,62,132 
Tripp, Jeanette— 33 
Tripp Richard-28 
Tripp, Stephen— 52 
True, Fred-66,132 
Tucker, David— 33 
Tucker, Linda— 52,59 
Turcotte, Jacqueline— 28 
Turcotte, Timothy— 28 
Turcotte, William-40,66 
Twardzicki, Chester— 52,85 
Twardzicki, Mark— 33 
Twardzicki, Naida-52, 56,58,64,69 
U 

Ufheil, John-33 

Ulrich, Kathleen-132 

Ulrich, Robert-28 
V 

Valentine, Jane-55,56,62,64,66,69,132 

Valentine, Mary— 52,65 

Valentine, Sarah-33,69,94 

Varieur, Joscelyn— 28 

Vassel, Douglas— 40 

Vine, Patricia-35,36,40,56,65,69,79,87 

Vine, Thomas— 28 

Viola, Linda-28 

Viverious, Joseph— 28 
W 

Wadleigh, Gregory— 34,66 

Wadleigh, Kathleen-28 

Wadleigh, Thomas-46,55,73,75 

Wagner, William-59,120,133 

Waitkevich, Robert-40 

Waldron, Gail-40,56,65,69 

Wallace, Deborah-52,65,90 

Wallace, Roberta— 34 

Wallin, Marjorie-28 

Walton, Stephen-34 

Wambolt, Gwenn— 34 

Wambolt, Nancy-56,133 

Washburn, Arthur-66,68,84,133 

Washburn, Donna— 40 

Washburn, Jonathan— 28 

Washburn, Richard-46,84 

Waters, Gregory-28 

Waters, Pamela-46,58,65,79 

Watremez, Marie— 40,87 



Watremez, Paulette-57,120,133 
Watson, Carolyn— 34 
Watson, Henry— 34 
Watson, Jeffrey-52,75 
Watson, Karen-52,63,64,69 
Watson, Peter-84 
Weaver, Cynthia— 34 
Webber, Donald-73,97,133 
Welik, Michael-52 
Welik, Stephen-40, 76,85 
Welsh, Leland-34 
Westhaver, Barbara-46,58,69 
Westhaver, Chipman— 34 
White, Alan-40, 78,99 
White, Bernice-52,86 
White, Donna-40 
White, Michael-34,66 
White, William-28 
Whitehouse, Geoffrey-28 
Whitehouse, John— 46 
Whitehouse, Wendy— 40 
Whyte, Alexander-80,81,82,133 

Whyte, John-28 

Wickman, Guy-47, 52,55,76,78 

Wickman,Paul-54,73, 74,132, 134,76,77,84, 
106,133 

Widak, Stanley-42,46,59 

Widak, Stephen-40 

Wiggin, Robert— 34 

Wiggins, Bruce-46,75,80 

Wiklund, Cynthia-47, 52,61, 69,86 

Wiklund, Davld-28 

Wiklund, Deborah-28,58 

Wiklund, Norma-40,58,59 

Wilkinson. Paul-34 

Wilkinson, Pauline— 54,64,133 

Willard, Deborah-34,67 

Willert, Walter-46 

Williams, Deborah-54,56,61,69,134 

Willis, Deborah-34 

Wills, Steven-46 

Wilson, Harold-40,24 

Wilson, Jeanne— 46,57 

Wilson, Marion— 134 

Winn, Robert-134 

Winn. Sarah-46,79 

Wojciechowski,Kathleen-54,108,56,60,62,- 
64, 69.90,134 

Wojciechowski, Maureen— 34 

Wolfe, Joan-28 

Wolfe, Otto-40 

Wood, Donna-46,90 

Wood, Douglas— 40 

Wood, Kathleen-40 

Wood, Linda— 34 

Wood, Peter-40 

Wood, Russell-24,46,66 

Woodland, Barry-28 

Woodland, William-34 

Woodward, David-52,58,63 

Woodward, Miles— 40 

Woodward, Stephen— 34 

Woodworth, Van-28 

Woolford, Donna-47, 52,67,69,79 

Woolford, Jane-34,69 

Woolford, Linda-40 

Woolford, Stephen— 46 

Worsman, Karen— 34,69 

Worsman, Louann— 28 

Wright, Jeanne— 40 

Wyllie, George— 46 

Wyllie, Verna-57,134 
Y 

Young, Melvin— 34 

Young, Ronald-28 

Young, Sarah— 34 
Z 

Zaccardi, Jeanne— 134 

Zaccardi, William-28 

Zeller, Marianne— 34 

Zilch, Carol-40,56,88 



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